LOL... I agree....
Though I think you meant "quite" not "quiet". If its "quiet" I think you blew your iNuke
I got a good giggle. I make that mistake quite often myself.... My wife loves to make sure I know I did that too lol
Yea, I would notice if the iNuke killed over I bought the bigger one thinking I would want 2 Marty subs at some point. Well I believe I'm good with just the one. Finished all 3 of my speakers yesterday. They are sweet. Please ignore my high tech speaker stands.
I've read that baking soda is the ultimate speaker stand material. Cardboard is a bit lower on the list but will work in a pinch.
Thanks for the kind comments.
Not much to say...so I'll keep it simple. In 2009, I suffered a stroke (from aura migraines) and lost everything. I'm 33, an use to work as an electronic engineer. Always suffered from aura migraines but one 16 hour day at work an I was hit with one that was a doozey. Lost feeling and grip in both hands as well as lost sight. Spent about a week in the hospital recovering. Both feeling and eye sight returned, but still suffer from migraines every few days and blind spots. My hospital bills towered up to 50,000 and up (now days you get sick you go broke) as well my doctors stated I am susceptible to aneurysm, and you can get the logistics of the rest.
So long story short, after walking through home depot, trying to think of a way to not be homeless...I saw the sheds which spark the idea. So with what was left in my savings, a close friend of mine allowed me to put the shed in his backyard, with access to house and I've been here ever since.
The rest room is like 10 feet away through the back sliding glass door. Just like folks leave their room to get to the bathroom.....not much different on my end.
Thanks.. It's a lot better then the boxes they were sitting on lol. Putting the speakers behind the screen makes it so much better. Your brain wants you to look where the sound is coming from. With it behind the screen makes it so much more natural , so it's actually coming from the people that are talking.
The rack looks nice.. Was looking at them online. Is it just a threaded rod running through and then just bolts for stops for each self? Thanks
Yup. Bolts at the top and bottom with a rubber washer and steel washer sandwiched between...
It's a PITA to level lol..
Can't wait for the casters I ordered then I can get it off the moving men I have it on now lol...
Thanks. Might have to make something like this for my desk project. Looking to sale my server rack. Taking up to much room in my office. This would work well for all my equipment and look really nice. I would use Oak to match the desk I'm building.