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Images of items I have purchased.

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

  1. mollymoo

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    They even have a sale on at the moment, you need to get in quick though.
     
  2. Arcane

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    Farrow and Ball Inchyra Blue.
    It's ok, basic wooden floor really.

     
  3. Phate

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    That shade of green with that floor is superb - nice work :D
     
  4. Russinating

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    Green? I think you might be colourblind.
     
  5. kinobestew123

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    Where did you get this ceiling light from? Been looking for something very similar (maybe brushed silver though).
     
  6. Malevolence

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    The Scroll wheel went **** up on my venerable old G502 Proteus Core last week, so new mouse to replace it. Corsair Glaive RGB PRO.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. AndyCr15

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    Genuine question, is there a reason you didn’t go Bluetooth and then through your phone? I assume anything on the devices you mention could be moved onto phone?
     
  8. Armageus

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    eh? you still need that Bluetooth FM transmitter to connect a phone to the car stereo if the car hasn't got bluetooth
     
  9. Phate

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    I've got an LG 34" Ultrawide (which Linus used one once, probably) and also I wear spectacles and get a check up once a year. If I say its green, its green, and YOU'RE ALL WRONG
     
  10. robfosters

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    Some heating and lighting equipment for a new Vivarium I have coming. Snakeymates outgrown her current abode

    [​IMG]
     
  11. Merlin5

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    Exactly. I just bought a 2007 Toyota Auris with a basic CD/radio and no built in bluetooth or aux. So the device will be quite useful. Also, my ipod is an old 2nd gen without bluetooth and the transmitter has a 3.5mm aux socket so I can plug it in. But yes I can and will eventually certainly transfer all music from that and my flash drives onto the phone.
     
  12. Dis86

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    Do you have 20/20 vision and a calibrated monitor? If not then get out.
     
  13. Chris1712

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    #4e6e7c so rgb 78, 110, 124.

    Marginally more blue than green :p.
     
  14. Buffman

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    I like the flooring and the wall colour!

    What type of floor is it. Did you fit it yourself?
     
  15. ED209

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    Double post, ignore this
     
  16. ED209

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    Some new storage arrived today, first NVMe drive

    [​IMG]Well happy with the speeds as well.

    [​IMG]
     
  17. AndyCr15

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    My bad, I didn't realise you didn't even have Aux. Even for a 2007 car, that's quite bad/a surprise, no? So you BT to the transmitter, that broadcasts over FM to the radio?

    As said, I didn't realise it didn't even have Aux. Otherwise, no, you would just BT to a receiver, plugged into Aux. No need for FM transmission.
     
  18. Merlin5

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    No worries! Yes a bit disappointing. I did watch a video about my model of car and there's a 2009 version with built in aux and usb. Pity it's not in mine. Still, car only cost me £1,400 and it drives great. The transmitter is a fun little gadget to have.

    I haven't set it up yet but yes you're right, I just find an empty FM station on the radio (the transmitter also has an auto scan feature.to find one), then tune the transmitter to the same FM wavelength, and then my phone via bluetooth, ipod on the aux, and flashdrive will all be received on that radio station. Reviews are very good, no hiss and good sound quality, built in EQ settings too.
     
  19. Guest2

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    Speedy!
    What will it be used for? I was trying to justify a 2TB one but can't honestly think how I could use that speed (other than benchmarks and testing copying data to another M2 drive of similar speed)
    Suppose it's similar to 1GB down/1GB up fibre, it's great to have but did I really need it, no. Was lightning at downloading porn though! :D
     
  20. Tephnos

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    I ended up going with the Blue Compass instead. Much nicer!

    Just need to really play with that tension screw in the bottom to stop it flying up.