Article is old but how valid are his points when it comes to the feel of the controls. Anyone here who has flown a cirrus vs other planes do the controls feel artificial and have a lack of feeling especially in slow flight (controls feel syrup like)
According to a new info, Xperia 1 II has this audio chip tech. A screenshot with phone info has been posted on weibo by Zack Buks . Androidnext has article about it, but not the screenshot.
"The CS35L41 is the industry’s first 55 nm smart audio amplifier solution with integrated DSP. This device features a mono 5.3 W boosted Class D amplifier that provides very loud audio without compromising sound quality, high efficiency and the lowest noise and quiescent power consumption of any amplifier in its class. Voltage and current sensing feedback at the speaker output and battery improves the accuracy of the amplifier and integrated algorithms. Speaker protection algorithms enable maximum loudness by allowing the amplifier to safely drive high output power while ensuring that the speaker’s thermal and excursion limits are not exceeded. Audio enhancement algorithms provide equalization, compression and psychoacoustic improvements to fine-tune the speaker to improve clarity, loudness and... keep reading on reddit ➡
Outward is v1, would love a v2.
Otherwise looking for a dedicated delay and a dedicated compressor. Been using the Boneshaker as a "pre-amp" for ampless rig.
Paragon tw in the decenium set.
Currently own and fly a Comanche 250, looking to upgrade to something a bit safer and newer such as an 2006-2008 G1/G2 SR20. I know the accident rate does not vary much but the composite airframe and CAPS system is just something that can’t be ignored.
I’ll be going a bit slower in the SR20, but I’ll feel safer and won’t be having a little something break every flight as in the airplane from 1964...(it’s a labor of love).
Any SR20 owners have anything to share? 9gph sounds nice over 15! Annual costs? Any quirks about the SR20?
Good afternoon. All prices are paypal goods and services and include shipping. formatting went crazy so trying to fix it. Trade interests are listed at the bottom.
Carried and cut with but no signs of wear. This is my second 940 and I just can't love it. Perfect example of the model. Great action with no blade play. Drops with a nudge. Factory edge. Centering might be a hair to the show side, but the more I look the more I'm unsure. Comes with box and baggie.
#Benchmade Custom Crooked River (B+)
pics and vid
Custom build with CF scales, blue backspacer and pivot collar, and 20CV blade. Pretty tight pivot but drops shut with a nudge. Occasional minor lock stick. Factory edge. Comes with box and baggie. Price is $290 from Benchmade's site..
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Overall I like the design, it is small and compact and feels good to hold. However neither of the two carts I have seems to be hitting properly from it. I get a bit of flavor, it vibrates as it should, but there is zero smoke when I exhale. Compared to the cheap non-branded pen I bought from the dispensary which has me exhaling smoke the entire breath.
Am I doing something wrong here? Do I need to leave the cart in it for a while before hitting it?