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Images of items I have purchased.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. the shadow

    Soldato

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    Prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse just need Gas :p

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  2. wez130

    Capodecina

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    Should have got the Prime 4 ;)

    Is it your first controller or have you been mixing for a while?
     
  3. DezUk

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Scotland

    Been mixing for the last 20 years or so, started on 1210's, had CDJ 1000 MK3s, then back to turntables with MK5s. Then has a Traktor setup then CDJ 2000s and a DJM 850, then an XDJ-RX1 and an XDJ-RX2. Trust me I did my research and I am very very happy with my choice, its an absolute dream to mix on, the full size jogs and feels like a club setup for under 2k.
     
  4. Surveyor

    Capodecina

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    It's a running joke. Read back through the thread for Psycho Sonny's posts.
     
  5. Captain

    Capodecina

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    How you getting on with this and the K702? :)
     
  6. batfink

    Gangster

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    How are you getting on with the chair @MagicBoy ?

    My back is telling me I need something better than a hard wooden chair in my home office. I like the look of these however the IKEA Markus is also now in stock so that could be an option too.
     
  7. no idea what

    Sgarrista

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    Took delivery of this yesterday.

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  8. 200sols

    Mobster

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    Chase those cables into the wall :D
     
  9. no idea what

    Sgarrista

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    Have since painted over the cover. There's only actually one cable running down and that's for the centre speaker. The rest go straight through the wall. It's too much work to reroute the cable plus we're moving house eventually so it'll do the job for now!
     
  10. garak112

    Hitman

    Joined: Oct 10, 2011

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    Are you using it as a fake picture frame? Oled TVs suffer from burn in so aren't suitable for that sort of use.
     
  11. no idea what

    Sgarrista

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    It switches images every few seconds. I'm well aware of oled burn in.
     
  12. TriedandTested

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    Ah, yes i have. That'll be why then. Cheers.
     
  13. syke

    Capodecina

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    I've got this chair. Have had it a few weeks/month or so now, it's noticeably much better already, I usually feel it in my back from my previous chair after a couple hours of sitting, now i'll happily feel fine after an extended period. The controls to stretch out your back etc are a godsend. Finding myself just leaning back and stretching a lot more often now too. Definitely worth the money.
     
  14. LuckyBenski

    Mobster

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    That image is the LG screensaver when there's no input signal.
     
  15. batfink

    Gangster

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    Decided to bite the bullet and order one. 7 weeks working on a hard wooden chair with low back rest for 7 or 8 hours a day is not good so it's got to be a big step up from that.

    Mrs works from home 3 days a week anyway and usually uses a kitchen chair so I'm sure she'll benefit from it once lockdown is over.
     
  16. firstborn

    Mobster

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    The Steelcase? Did you go 2and hand and pay the asking price or make an offer?

    I was hoping for the Please V2 with headrest to be in stock., but may just go for the without for now.
     
  17. MagicBoy

    Capodecina

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    Happy with it. Took about a week to dial it in and get used to the idea of a non-fixed back. The lower back pain that the previous well used Ikea Karsten was inflicting after more than a couple of hours has pretty much gone away.

    Glad I grabbed one when it looked like working from home was going to be more permanent than originally thought.
     
  18. Buffman

    Sgarrista

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    Is having your nest thermostat so local to the tv not likely to cause misreading i.e. Presume the temp of the house /room is higher when the tv is on?

    I know oleds/amps kick out a lot of heat!

    Very jealous of a 65" oled tho! :)
     
  19. no idea what

    Sgarrista

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    Nah it seems to be very accurate still. Got a clock with a thermometer on it at the other end of the room and it reads the same. I'm pretty sure the old plasma TV kicked out way more heat and never bothered it :)

    TV is absolutely stunning though, I'm extremely pleased with it.
     
  20. batfink

    Gangster

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    Made an offer via a popular auction site to 2nd-hnd. Don't know how low they go but £200 was an instant accept.

    Thanks for the feedback. I've got significant lower back pain now that I didn't have before lockdown so hoping this will improve it.