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/iemg/ + /pmp/ - In-Ear Monitor & Portable Music Player General

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KATO chads won edition

This thread is for the discussion of portable media players and in-ear monitors.

•/iemg/ Recommends HackMD:

•Extensive PMP Guide:

•Why use a PMP instead of a phone?
>better DAC/AMP
>more output power so it can drive higher impedance headphones
>smaller sizes than phones for activities like exercise
>physical buttons
>headphone jacks
>some people can't use smartphone at work/use dumbphones

•How to request advice:
>Source (phone or PMPs)
>Kind (in-ears or earbuds)
>Sound Signature (or genres you like, important!)
>Past gear and your thoughts on them (important!)

/iemg/ Hall of Fame:
• Tanchjim Tanya (Bassy)
• Tin HiFi T2 plus (Warm neutral)
• Tin HiFi T3 plus (Mild V)
• Dunu Titan S (Bright neutral)
• Etymotic ER4XR/ER2XR (holographic analyzing)
• Tanchjim Hana 2021 (Mild V)
• Moondrop KATO (Neutral w/ bass boost)
• Moondrop Blessing 2 (Bright neutral)

/pmp/ Hall of Fame:
• Your phone
• Hiby R3 Pro / Pro Saber
• Sony NWA-55 + Mr Walkman mod
• Fiio M11+

/USB/BT DAC/ Hall of Fame:
• Tempotec Sonata HD Pro
• e1da 9038s/d
• Qudelix 5K

/TWS/ Hall of Fame:
none, stop asking

Old thread: >>85073813

>mogs all """new phones"""

No.85089510 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>12gb ram
>1 tb ram
>expandable storage
>headphone jack

Give me one good reason to ever """upgrade"""
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shit's exploding on twitter rn
so linus concludes his linux adventure
shit's not bussin
not bussin at all
nothing works, everything is buggy
despite millions of dollars invested in linux games, everything still works like piece of shit no cap
it's sad fr
i'm still waiting for yo guys
to list a single valid reason to use linux
after it has been so thoroughly shat on

kazakhstan governement turns off the internet

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Does anyone have info on what manner in which the internet in Kazakhstan is "off" as they say?
They might have just ordered their local ISPs to drop packets to DNS's, so it "looks off" when really your web browser just can't get help resolving domains to IPs. The net connections themselves might be fine.
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How long did it take you to master vim /g/?

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Stupid Questions Thread - /sqt/

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Sexy Grandma Edition
Read the sticky: >>76759434

>GNU/Linux questions >>>/g/fglt
>Windows questions >>>/g/fwt
>PC building? >>>/g/pcbg
>Programming questions >>>/g/dpt
>Good, cheap laptops >>>/g/tpg
>Cheap electronics >>>/g/csg
>Server questions >>>/g/hsg
>Buying headphones >>>/g/hpg

How to find/activate any version of Windows?

Previous Thread: >>85055568
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/cumg/ - Cooming Utilities & More General

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FChannel General:
Endchan General:
Matrix space:

>What is /cumg/
In this thread we discuss and create technology and software for cooming, data-hoarding, scripts, and more.

>gallery-dl - scrape images, manga, videos and more from many websites

>Hydrus Network


>LoliSnatcher Droid


>Third Eye

Previous: >>85070324
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/hsg/ - home server general

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READ THE WIKI! & help by contributing:

>NAS Case Guide. Feel free to add to it:

/hsg/ is about learning and expanding your horizons. Know all about NAS? Learn virtualization. Spun up some VMs? Learn about networking by standing up a OPNsense box and configuring some VLANs. There's always more to learn and chances to grow. Think you’re god-tier already? Setup OpenStack and report back.

>What software should I run?
Install Gentoo. Or whatever flavor of *nix is best for the job or most comfy for you. Jellyfin to replace Netflix, nextcloud or seafile to replace Googlel, ampache to replace spotify, the list goes on and on. Look at the awesome self-hosted list and ask.

>Why should I have a home server?
/hsg/ is about learning and expanding your horizons. De-botnet your life. Learn something new. Serving applications to yourself, your family, and your frens feels good. Put your /g/ skills to good use for yourself and those close to you. Store their data with proper availability redundancy and backups and serve it back to them with a /comfy/ easy to use interface.

>Links & resources
Server tips:
List of ARM-based SBCs:
Low-power x86 systems:
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soul vs soulless
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