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  1. 4 points
    Not quite finished. But figured I post up some pics. Still debating on doing some pin-striping.
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    Just pulled this out of my oven...5 min ago. And I know nothing of this high gluten flour you speak of. Lol. Just flour, sugar, dried legumes, dried peppers, asian noodles and rice. Have some smaller containers of stuff that fit in those categories, but am in the middle of re-organizing my pantry and everything.
  3. 2 points
    I’ll give you Dutch. A Dutch oven that is!
  4. 2 points
    And I am not hoarding...lol. 00 Flour in town is $14 for 2lbs. This beast was $30. I've used 25lbs of flour this month so the pics above showing 150lbs of flour or so is indeed months worth....but only because I can't buy reasonable sizes anymore. Said fuck it and got big containers to hold it all.
  5. 2 points
    Made use of the Audi today.
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    Here's pics as promised. Can see a bin I stared for my for my compost pile with scrap plywood. Also can see chickens fuck up a lawn. But they are great mulchers.
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    I've been messing around lately with some 15" Drivers David Moore at PSI has been custom building for me to use for a few of the HT designs I have been implementing. I was using a lot of the Parts Express drivers for a while, the Ultimax and Reference series for custom installs, but the prices were going up and my wholesale discount kept seeming to get smaller and smaller. Anyway, David's drivers work well, sound good and measure decent in 3.5 ft3 boxes. Here are some pics of the last few, I have been getting the ones you can see coated with Line-X and the hidden ones just plain MDF. I have been using between 750 and 1000 watts per driver...
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    Measurements are near field and the TS run was done above with the woofer in box to look at resonance and impedance. I used a Dayton Omnimic, DATS, O-Scope and a home made amplifier driven by an HP laptop to make all the measurements
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    I can’t imagine there’s anything you haven’t thought of my dude. I’m sorry for your loss. On the plus now you get to go appliance shopping!!
  10. 1 point
    Set back to back PR's on the peloton.
  11. 1 point
    The Gcon can be optioned up with more suspension, larger leads, triple joint reinforcement, and a flatwound coil. All adds up to more power handling than the Icon.
  12. 1 point
    Pull the Skar out of there and honestly, all of the other options are a good choice. I personally would go with a sealed Gcon and a Smart 3 running 4 ohms.
  13. 1 point
    DSP Tuning Session Picture 1 - Tweeter Settings Picture 2 - Midbass Settings Picture 3 - Subwoofer Settings This process is dope as hell and it's very interesting to see how speakers react to different crossover points(Hz) as well as crossover slopes(db). Sitting in my car for hours already tuning just to find a spot to turn it up and not disturb others as well. Butterworth for mids and tweets, Linkwitz Riley for sub.
  14. 1 point
    Don’t know why you’re quoting me from over 3 years ago to state something that has nothing to do with what you quoted.
  15. 1 point
    Their boats and ice skaters are faster because of their aerodynamic faces. I tell my lifting bro that the only reason he got in shape is due to his evil Dutch heritage and their genetic testing done with the germans. The goal is to make each other laugh while trying to lift heavy while spotting them so that we can call them a pussy for not focusing. I don't know why that's a game but it is.
  16. 1 point
    The picture is pretty clear without any adjustments, excuse the glare in the images.
  17. 1 point
    All done for now. Its getting too hot outside to turn the DSP on an tune the speakers will do all that later on tonight but she is working. Amp DSP both have green light action.
  18. 1 point
    This turd is growing on me.
  19. 1 point
    Here is what I built initially...before realizing my error. And used to teach a 9yr old how to bond pvc It is probably fine actually for herbs / lettuce which was my pre-covid need. Things I realized now: -I severely underestimated my plant density. ie, one basil plant isn't enough. -Root structure will make a problem for anything larger -Pink lights are brutal on the eyes and my neighbors all think, hmmm.
  20. 1 point
    Change is hard for people who have been doing anything for a long time
  21. 1 point
    Cant see pictures on the google drive but that tint will come in handy within the next few months. Got mine done earlier this month myself
  22. 1 point
    Crappy pic, but my dog and a deer in the yard this afternoon, just chillin.
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    100 shitake plugs getting seeded as well. Trying to amp up my supplied from home game. Figure if I have herbs, tomatoes, & lettuce we are pretty golden. Of course, squash, rhubarb, corn, green beans, apples, plums we get from the farm along with beef. Pork from a local pig farm. Makes me feel a bit more independent of our food supply. Doesn't hurt that Matt has me baking now. Some killer breads change your diet completely. Had to change up my storage Because of this
  25. 1 point
    Had nothing to do with my post Sir, I tried to find the owner to ask him some questions about one of his amplifier brands ... but no luck. I'm not sure if he was at World Finals or not ... There was no Manufacturer's booth for them ... Again ... Considering that the thread title reads ... My post was primarily on the performance of the amplifiers during World Finals ... Nothing more ... Great. And my statement you quoted there was regarding the douchbaggery of the company owner. Glad we were able to get that cleared up. I was really confused for a moment.
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