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Power washer and foam cannon make washing a car pretty easy. May 24, 2019 at 5:29 PM

    1. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Power washer and foam cannon make washing a car pretty easy.
      1. zerodeefex
        zerodeefex
        For swirl marks yes. Otherwise ONR is King.
        May 24, 2019 at 5:33 PM
      2. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        No swirl marks. Use 25 degree or 40 degree nozzle and stay about 12" from surface.
        May 25, 2019 at 10:14 AM
    2. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Listening to DSD on my SACD player while watching MLB.tv (Braves vs. Brewers) and NBCSN (Blues vs. Sharks).
    3. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Is it me, or does Dun & Bradstreet seem like a scam?
      1. Scott Kramer likes this.
      2. Scott Kramer
        Scott Kramer
        Apr 18, 2019
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      3. fraggler
        fraggler
        All I know is that you have to have a DUNS number to register for the SAM portal that allows your business to get government contracts. You don't have to use any of their other services.
        Apr 18, 2019
    4. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Never really noticed much "break-in" change in a cart until my Soundsmith Otello. I've got 100+ hours on it now, and noticed a fuller sound
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    5. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Nothing like shoveling snow in freezing weather, coming back in the house, and warming my hands on good ol' Freya.
      1. Merrick, LetMeBeFrank, Wilson and 2 others like this.
    6. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      "Tornado Of Souls" may or may not be my favorite Megadeth song, but it is definitely up there...
      1. Wilson, numbercube, Deep Funk and 2 others like this.
      2. lm4der
        lm4der
        Such an epic solo in that song!
        Mar 3, 2019
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    7. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Fitbit or Fitbit-like device for heart rate monitoring during exercise? My advice is to get something like a Polar monitor instead.
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      2. YMO
        YMO
        Reading this makes me wish Pebble didn't got purchased by Fitbit.
        Mar 1, 2019
      3. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        Fitbit is good for tracking steps, distance, flights of stairs, Sleeping, and general idea of heart rate.
        Mar 1, 2019
      4. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        Fitbit shortchanges on strenuous exercise. Constantly under-tracks heart rate, and, as a result, caloric burn.
        Mar 1, 2019
    8. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Since purchasing and using Okki Nokki, ONZOW ZeroDust captures much, MUCH less crap from my stylus. Money well spent on the RCM.
    9. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I knew I'd get some interesting feedback if I asked for car advice here... :-)
      1. Jinxy245
        Jinxy245
        Always.
        Feb 15, 2019
    10. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I'm still searching for a beer that goes as well with Bourbon as Budweiser.
      1. dark_energy
        dark_energy
        Tennents Whiskey Oak maybe..
        Feb 11, 2019
      2. E_Schaaf
        E_Schaaf
        Definitely darker stouts... Not Guiness stout.
        Feb 11, 2019
    11. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Thrown properly, Freya's remote is a serious weapon...
      1. Syzygy and Riotvan like this.
    12. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I'm needle dropping to DSD and copying the files to DVD. I'm so lazy, I'd pop a DVD into the player rather than get out vinyl. Haha
      1. Thad E Ginathom
        Thad E Ginathom
        Too much hard work... Too much time waiting for drawers to open and close...

        Just click on a file name.

        (Damn, computers really /really/ have made me lazy!)
        Feb 10, 2019
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    13. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      The only thing I didn't like about Gungnir Multibit was the clicking when I paused my CDP. New player... no clicking on pause! Hooray!!
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    14. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Happy Lunar New Year! Year of the Pig. Awesome!
    15. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      DORK OUT ALERT: I'm needle dropping: DSD, 24/96 FLAC, 16/44.1 WAV. Will I notice a difference? Using new CD/SACD player for playback.
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      3. Serious
        Serious
        Did a quick 3 minute blind test again... the difference between 24 and 20 bit is definitely there, even with the "19 bit" Gungnir Multibit.
        I got the first wrong so after that I simply reversed what I would've clicked otherwise. I also got the 2nd wrong and got the 6 after that right. I stopped after the 8th trial.
        Edit: Posted the wrong pic
        Feb 2, 2019
      4. Serious
        Serious
        Lost the pic, but I got an 8/9 now with the HD800.
        https://i.imgur.com/1z7zJUB.png

        Especially in terms of soundstage size, but also microdynamics and timbre there are big differences.
        Feb 2, 2019
      5. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        Hard to tell the difference between DSD and 24/96 FLAC, but a little easier to tell the difference between the hi-res files and 16/44.1. Space btwn instruments, timbre, decay, attack... all a little better.
        Feb 2, 2019
    16. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      Lots of good music being dialed up - if "What Are You Listening To Now" thread is any indication!
      1. Lyer25, Syzygy and atomicbob like this.
    17. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I'm listening to SACD audio for the first time.
      1. dubharmonic likes this.
      2. dubharmonic
        dubharmonic
        Any impressions?
        Jan 31, 2019
      3. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        I've only spent time with "Box Of Rain" off the Dead's AMERICAN BEAUTY classic. Sound is fuller, more separation, micro & macro detail improves, the way notes hit and fade... I like it.
        Jan 31, 2019
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    18. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I just downloaded the weather app "Dark Sky" from the App Store. I like the layout better than Weather Channel's app. Downside: $3.99.
      1. Skyline
        Skyline
        It's pretty crap for forecasts (but then all apps are). But, it's nice during a rainstorm seeing how much longer you can expect it to last.
        Jan 29, 2019
      2. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        Just a lot quicker and easier to navigate than Weather Channel app. My co-worker swears by the forecasting. Lol...
        Jan 29, 2019
      3. Skyline
        Skyline
        Like I said, all apps are pretty bad. Forecasting is complex and relies on too many models to be summed up succinctly in a 7-day forecast. This is the only person I trust, locally: https://www.nashvillesevereweather.com/
        Jan 29, 2019
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    19. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I had a post deleted at HF. Good grief.
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      2. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        Mbr wrote sarcastic response to my orig. post, so I replied by chastising Mbr for being insecure. That’s why it was deleted. Kinda wimpy, though. C’est là vie! :-)
        Jan 28, 2019
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      3. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        And that’s why I like this place. Kinda like ol’ time hockey. The players policed themselves. Didn’t rely on refs or league! :-)
        Jan 28, 2019
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      4. luckybaer
        luckybaer
        IRONY ALERT: my initial post, which led to a smart-ass reply by someone on HF, was liked by none other than Baldr. Ain’t that a kick?
        Jan 29, 2019
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    20. luckybaer
      luckybaer
      I transferred a 1980s era cassette to my HD, and I'm using Adobe Audition to normalize to -3dB, get rid of hum, minimize hiss. Works well.
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    Location:
    Missouri
    Gear List:
    DAC: Schiit Gungnir MB Gen 5
    Head Amp: AURALiC Taurus MkII, Vali 2 [assorted tubes]
    Headphones: Elex, HD650, DT880, D2000, K601, TX-X00, HE-4XX, SR-80e, M220
    CD/SACD/Data Disc Hi-Res: Denon DCD-1600NE
    Cassette: Nakamichi DR-2
    Pre-Amp: Schiit Freya [Tung-Sol]
    Integrated Amp: Onkyo TX-8555
    Turntable: Technics SL-1210GR
    Cartridges: Ortofon 2M Red, Shure V15 Type III [JICO VN35HE], Audio-Technica VM750SH, Soundsmith Otello
    Miscellaneous: PS Audio NuWave Phono Converter
    Speakers: Polk Audio RT25i

    Signature

    TT: SL-1210GR | DAC: Gungnir MB | CD/SACD: DCD-1600NE | Tape: DR-2
    Phonostage: NPC | Pre-Amp: Freya | Amp: TX-8555, Taurus MkII | Speakers: RT25i | HP: HD650, Elex