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kernow

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  1. I wrote that mvs faq Man it's been a while
  2. I'm wondering if this will do cave sh3 eventually Might be a purchase then
  3. kernow

    vinyl lovers

    ...to an extent. But I solved a static issue by adding a ground strap from armboard to turntable chassis (which is then grounded to phono stage obviously), no hum, and the static is gone.
  4. I never buy or keep stuff I won't use, whether it's games or anything. Never owned more than 70 across all systems. Currently at about 50. Seeing rooms full of videogames to me is sad as hell. Like they couldn't decide anything cool to collect properly so just started hoovering up GAMES! Doesn't matter what it is, just games! Sad
  5. kernow

    vinyl lovers

    You can unscrew a screw from the casing and put the ground strap under that. No thumbscrew on the back of the amp? Not all have them
  6. kernow

    vinyl lovers

    And yeah poly lined sleeves are a must. The paper ones that come with records usually are awful. Sometimes you're lucky and get a very nice stock poly sleeve.
  7. kernow

    vinyl lovers

    Is the turntable grounded properly?
  8. I agree personally, might as well go sd or not bother owning a homecart system if you're going to go all Aldi on it. For that money I would pick up FFS, SS1,2, 98 for the same cash and they'd keep their value and be original.
  9. So I broke into the palace With a sponge and a rusty spanner She said I know you and you cannot sing I said that's nothing - you should hear me play piano
  10. kernow

    Great CD Revival

    I've been reading about how LPCM, DSD and red book audio work a lot the last few months. I find it really fascinating how the analogue signal is rebuilt from the digital samples. Very cool stuff. Not to mention when the cd player came out, there was no other technology around in the home that could process 750MB of data so quickly. Think about microcomputers in 1981. It really was from the future at the time. The main reason I ditched it was, I didn't want to upgrade to another cd player in 2019, just seemed counter intuitive. They are just literally digital and whether it's a flac file or spinning optical disc (not servicing that in ten years and want as little moving parts in my system please).
  11. kernow

    Great CD Revival

    That was one of my issues with ditching cd for a technically lower quality format. Can't tell any difference between optical disc and lossless flac however, and barely with 320kbit Spotify if at all.
  12. kernow

    Great CD Revival

    Spent the last weekend ripping my 200cds to flac as I've got rid of my cd player for a DAC, and it was surprising to see how many had gone foggy on the label, or had a hole in and wouldn't read. Now I've ripped the music I feel bad not keeping the CDs despite never using them again. A stop gap until cheap lossless streaming when I eventually will.
  13. It's unlike any other fighter, I've been playing it for years and still not nailed any patterns in the 1p mode. I still love it though even more than 2. Despite it being a clunkier game, 2 just moves much more freely and has an absolute ton of stuff in it. I might put 2 on later actually, maybe do a bit better than on the first.
  14. Played some ss1 yesterday with my main man hanzo. I'll never finish this game on one credit. Got a 1cc first try on lb1 with zantetsu and then got creamed on lb2 with him. Harder game. Played some last resort and got to the level one boss, a bit of world heroes perfect and today some kof02. Tweaked the OSSC settings a bit and it's looking lovely. Fitted a universe bios 4.0 recently and prefer the new look menus, looks great.
  15. My favourite shooter on the system!
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