Game collections and set-ups, go.
Will be getting an GTX 880 if they come out at the end of this year as rumored
was going to get a PS4 but after E3 , fuck that shit.
Pedal board, mics and
video gamesnot pictured. Please excuse the shitty camera I used, I'm on a budget.
Subtle rifle is subtle.
The only nearly interesting game I own is a pristine copy of pokemon silver
oh, and that zelda collection promotion thingy for gamecube
Would you two rather he be sickly skinny and have MBD like other Leos I've seen, or be a bit chubby?
Nice speakers. They look like they'd be quite bass-heavy though.
You're okay, anon. You can just get a new TV and use that Amiga-looking keyboard to its full potential.
>consoles before they went shit
>chinese cartoon swords
A mixed review, but a neat set-up. Is that an iguana? If so, the review goes from mixed to cool/10
I'm glad I moved onto PC.
I've had these swords for the past 8 years, I just like having them around; plus its just like in my Chinese girl cartoons.
The pickaxe was a gift from a friend in the marines.
Lastly he's a leopard gecko not an iguana.
Ah right, nice. I don't know the first thing about present-day lizards but they sure as fuck are cool. I wasn't having a go either, your collection is way bigger than mine. All in all, pretty neat.
They aren't very bassy, they don't have woofers. They're not actually meant to be placed the way I placed them, but it works fine.
I paid 10 euros for them thinking that I'd renovate them and use them in a better sound system in the future, but they ended up working fine like I use them now.
Right, they just looked like every large desk speaker I've ever had and they've all been too bass-heavy and sounded muddy as hell. When I tried to use a pair of old record player speakers as PC speakers they farted their way through Half-Life and Morrowind, it was unbearable. The cones weren't damaged in any way, they just couldn't handle the fact that they were speakers for a living.
Yeah, many speakers are simply shit. I thought these would be too, fitted with incorrect elements and set up wrongly, but I'm guessing the previous owner was either a genius or incredibly lucky in modding them with a seemingly random pair of mid-range drivers.
He sounds like my kind of chap, to be honest. I sawed a new hole in the baffle board of my Peavey amp
to incorporate a new (for the time) 15" Black Widow bass speaker. It's down to absolute luck and fortune that it hasn't exploded in my face.
>headphones on monitor
What are you hoping to achieve by putting small magnets either side of your screen?