Jul 22nd 2009 1:22PM I would like to win, please.
Jun 12th 2009 5:05PM @ mugatu:
If they're bi-amping, they need a crossover. It's likely in this scenario that there's some non-Marantz gear in the signal chain.
If they're bi-wiring, they might just be using splitters. I hope they got 'em at Radio Shack. >:D
Jun 12th 2009 4:16PM Either bi-amping or bi-wiring.
Bi-amping splits up the audio spectrum and sends specific frequencies to certain speakers (lows to woofers, highs to tweeters, for a basic example).
Bi-wiring is using two sets of wires between the amps and the speakers. This is mostly so that wiring companies can sell more wires, but on extremely-high end audio setups, the wiring can actually affect the sound. Using two types of wires allows you to "blend" the audio.
Like I said, bi-wiring is fruity.
Apr 29th 2009 1:38PM I would like to win, please
Feb 13th 2009 4:25PM It's number 12? You mean there are 11 other idiots in tiny cars like this one out there???
Feb 11th 2009 1:44PM I could use one of these.
My solution to the financial crisis? Give the "toxic assets" to CEO's as bonuses!
Apr 30th 2008 9:40PM If anyone's getting ripped off here, it's the entire guild that cleared ZA. One guild member is getting 70-90g a day, from the sound of it. I hope he's spread that around his guild.
Apr 8th 2008 4:47PM Simple problem, simple solution: rotation your instance seeder. Have a different person through the door first every reset.
Mar 8th 2008 9:38AM I have (and also know people who) have /gquit with no hard feelings. Usually the following are required:
1. The current guild is a casual one.
2. The /gquitter has good relationships with most people in the guild.
3. The /gquitter is joining a progression guild.
4. The /gquitter leaves an alt or two in the casual guild.
5. Both the /gquitter and the casual guild as a whole have their heads on straight, and realize WoW is a game, and 'we're all friends here.'