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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 09:03:03 Reply

At 12/5/10 06:51 AM, Mich wrote:
Watch out, okay?

I can totally see Mich being an over protective parent :P


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 09:04:55 Reply

Overprotective

Is making sure someone doesn't kill themselves being overprotective?

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 14:45:11 Reply

Hey i didnt really wanna bother yall with a new thread about this, but i got these pioneer speakers and reciever sittin around for years downstairs. To hook em up to my comp i just plug in the "phones" jack on the reciever to the output jack on my soundcard (green headphone jack?).

I didnt want to disconnect all the cables, carry em upstairs and then fail.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 14:47:50 Reply

At 12/5/10 02:45 PM, jpbear wrote: Hey i didnt really wanna bother yall with a new thread about this, but i got these pioneer speakers and reciever sittin around for years downstairs. To hook em up to my comp i just plug in the "phones" jack on the reciever to the output jack on my soundcard (green headphone jack?).

huh? thanks for the info?

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 14:50:14 Reply

At 12/5/10 02:47 PM, SBB wrote:
At 12/5/10 02:45 PM, jpbear wrote: Hey i didnt really wanna bother yall with a new thread about this, but i got these pioneer speakers and reciever sittin around for years downstairs. To hook em up to my comp i just plug in the "phones" jack on the reciever to the output jack on my soundcard (green headphone jack?).
huh? thanks for the info?

Forgot the question mark on the end my bad,
is that all i have to do? seems too easy.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 15:10:23 Reply

At 12/5/10 02:50 PM, jpbear wrote: Forgot the question mark on the end my bad,
is that all i have to do? seems too easy.

I don't see why it would have to be any more complex than that. If they're active speakers (meaning the amplifier is built-in, you'll probably have a power cord on one of them), then that's all you need to do, and plug in the power cord, of course.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 16:06:37 Reply

At 12/5/10 02:35 PM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/5/10 09:04 AM, Mich wrote: Overprotective

Is making sure someone doesn't kill themselves being overprotective?
Took the words out of my keyboard.

This made my day :)


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 16:18:21 Reply

Actually seems it wasnt that easy im havin some problems if anyone wants to help me out,
So heres the setup:

Speaker----\
Speaker----->>pioneer m-f10 amplifier>computer
Sub----------/

it used to be hooked up to a fancy cd player, the amplifier used some weird wide cable to connect into it. I unplugged that(doesnt fit anywhere on the soundboard), and the amplifier has a jack titled "phones" right on the front of it, and I used a one of those headphone to headphone jacks(3.5 mm deals). No sound from comp(headphone do though), and the comp reads when i plug it in.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 18:45:20 Reply

At 12/5/10 04:20 PM, Bjra wrote: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnrlzc39e dM

It's ridiculous, catchy and...and...I like it.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 21:37:25 Reply

At 12/5/10 04:18 PM, jpbear wrote: Actually seems it wasnt that easy im havin some problems if anyone wants to help me out,
So heres the setup:

Speaker----\
Speaker----->>pioneer m-f10 amplifier>computer
Sub----------/

it used to be hooked up to a fancy cd player, the amplifier used some weird wide cable to connect into it. I unplugged that(doesnt fit anywhere on the soundboard), and the amplifier has a jack titled "phones" right on the front of it, and I used a one of those headphone to headphone jacks(3.5 mm deals). No sound from comp(headphone do though), and the comp reads when i plug it in.

More likely than not... that's a headphone OUT jack, not an input.

Take another look at the amplifier and see what types of inputs are available. I'd expect there to be a R/W RCA connect or something like that. If that is the case, you should be able to find a 1/8" to RCA cord pretty easily in any audio store... radio shack... possibly even at Wal Mart or something like that.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 22:03:00 Reply

Hehe I just found my awesome christmas sig circa 2006

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 22:59:32 Reply

Any musicians here looking for exposure?

Pull your pants down on a subway train.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-05 23:53:01 Reply

At 12/5/10 10:03 PM, SineRider wrote: Hehe I just found my awesome christmas sig circa 2006

animated sig, sweet.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 01:40:10 Reply

Mornings

I am actually up at 6:30am without feeling tired. Feels good.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 02:55:16 Reply

At 12/5/10 10:59 PM, blackattackbitch wrote: Any musicians here looking for exposure?

Pull your pants down on a subway train.

So i guess all this time ive been doing it wrong. :(

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 03:57:11 Reply

Be Jealous
Guys...

I just got Komplete 7.

Installing as I write this

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 06:28:43 Reply

At 12/6/10 03:57 AM, thecoreman wrote: Be Jealous
Guys...

I just got Komplete 7.

Installing as I write this

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 07:15:03 Reply

At 12/6/10 03:57 AM, thecoreman wrote: Be Jealous
Guys...

I just got Komplete 7.

Installing as I write this

I am! Komplete 7 looks amazing for electronic artists and sound design stuff.

But simultaneously you should be jealous of me for having the compete composers package from east west =P thats 7 of their packages put into one

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 09:12:43 Reply

Things are looking bad

My stepfather is in the hospital again and things are looking bad. Very bad.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 09:37:55 Reply

At 12/6/10 09:34 AM, Bjra wrote:
At 12/6/10 09:12 AM, FairSquare wrote: Things are looking bad

My stepfather is in the hospital again and things are looking bad. Very bad.
Cancer? heart disease? get him a copy of the documentary processed people quick, it could save his life:

http://www.processedpeople.com/

His intestines are constipated.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 09:58:00 Reply

At 12/6/10 09:44 AM, Bjra wrote:
At 12/6/10 09:37 AM, FairSquare wrote:
At 12/6/10 09:34 AM, Bjra wrote:
At 12/6/10 09:12 AM, FairSquare wrote: Things are looking bad

My stepfather is in the hospital again and things are looking bad. Very bad.
Cancer? heart disease? get him a copy of the documentary processed people quick, it could save his life:

http://www.processedpeople.com/
His intestines are constipated.
that can be reversed very quickly. I'm serious though, don't let him die, know that there are solutions, but the mainstream medical establishment will most likely kill him. Conventional care doesn't solve the underlying issues of diet that cause these disease.

Ideally you need to get your father on a vegan, unprocessed whole foods diet, and his intestines will heal themselves within a month, or even a week or two.

He is in the hospital right now and his situation is critical. His medical situation is very complicated, this isn't just an ordinary constipation.
Either they will find a way to get his intestines working again in a couple of hours, or i don't know what the consequences will be.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 10:02:52 Reply

At 12/6/10 09:58 AM, FairSquare wrote: He is in the hospital right now and his situation is critical. His medical situation is very complicated, this isn't just an ordinary constipation.
Either they will find a way to get his intestines working again in a couple of hours, or i don't know what the consequences will be.

Also, he can't eat anything anymore. He pukes everything out again. They have given him some kind of medicine to help his intestines, but he pukes that out too.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 10:22:02 Reply

Sounds like crohns disease. they prob have him on steroids to knock down the inflammation in his intestines. if his situation is really really really bad they might have to remove portions of his intestine. If your father has never had anything like this happen before its possible its not crohns disease. But then again im not a doctor. But most intestinal problems are not critical unless it is cancer. I wouldnt worry too much man. your dad is probably in a ton of pain but it will get better if its just inflammation. he might have to go on medication for a bit and he will definitely have to change his diet.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 10:25:21 Reply

Oh man, hope your dad gets better. My mom just got out of the hospital for a brain hemorrhage. Scared the shit out of me, I was getting ready for the worst before they had a complete diagnosis.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 10:35:01 Reply

At 12/6/10 10:22 AM, SymbolCymbal wrote: If his situation is really really really bad they might have to remove portions of his intestine.

They already have. About half a year ago, because of cancer. And it can kill him, at least, that's what the doctors say. He has been on medication for a long, long time.

At 12/6/10 10:25 AM, sumguy720 wrote: Oh man, hope your dad gets better. My mom just got out of the hospital for a brain hemorrhage. Scared the shit out of me, I was getting ready for the worst before they had a complete diagnosis.

Thanks. And yeah, shit is scary. Hope she is alright now.
Also, i don't want to sound like an ass, but he's not my dad. He's my step dad. I don't have a dad anymore.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 10:51:41 Reply

You know, I find it incredibly wankerish when someone tries to give medical advice when they really don't know what they are talking about.

While you might have the best intentions when giving said advice, you could be sending someone to the grave without knowing it.

Western medicine may be far from perfect, but if someone tells me to be cured all I need to do is hold a healing crystal next to my left elbow while chanting some stupid mantra, I'd punch them in the nose.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 10:56:05 Reply

I'd also be willing to wager that no one here is a doctor, and even if they were, there isn't nearly enough information to make some kind of diagnosis.

My condolences, I hope your step-dad gets back on his feet soon.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 13:15:48 Reply

If you eat healthy you stay more healthy. This is common knowledge, i assume.
However, do you really think that doctors who have studied the human body for years, knowing exactly how it works would think: ''Hey, this guy is really sick. Let's give him some pills he has to pay for instead of telling him that his unhealthy habits should be changed in order for him to heal!''


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 13:23:53 Reply

Whole foods diet

I'm slowly changing into a Whole foods diet. At the moment, I gave up soft drinks, now I just need to give up Ice tea and chocolate.

When I move out, or if not earlier, I'm only going to buy food from only the whole foods store. Before that though, I'm going to go on a Lemonade diet for 10 days just to clear everything out. By the time that happens, perhaps I may be livin' with Bjra in New York to go to college ;P.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2010-12-06 13:27:54 Reply

You didn't just say to go on a whole foods diet, you suggested he become a vegan, which is a little bit more extreme.

My point, if you could get past the hyperbole, is that it is dangerous for someone to suggest that someone use some other alternative method of treatment in place of whatever the doctor is prescribing when they have little actual knowledge of treating illness, or the illness itself.

I'm not saying I completely disagree with your points, It's pretty obvious that the pharmaceutical industry is about making the big bucks. Why it is even legal for these prescription pills to advertise on television baffles the hell out of me... But, I wouldn't be giving medical advice.

People ask me all the time how I've lost weight, or blah blah blah. I tell them about my activity level and my diet, but I also tell them that there were a lot of other variables out of my own control that effected things.

Either way, I'm skeptical towards diet solutions, because it seems like every year some new fad diet(or old fad diet masquerading as something new) comes out, and people think it is bomb diggity. There is no doubt that what you eat effects the way your body works, but this is something for the individual to figure out for the most part. You have to shuffle through all the bullshit.

My diet of cheap liquor and cigarettes has done me fine, thank you very much.