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  1. Re: Panasonic stereo - question about speakers

    For BT audio are you turning the volume on the phone all the way up? Silly question maybe but I find the BT audio in my car is often very quiet because I've turned the phone down while using it...
  2. Thread: Black Friday

    by dugimodo
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    Re: Black Friday

    I used to like sales, but PBtech cured me of that. It took me nearly 20 mins to get to the shelf I wanted to look at last time then I turned around and saw a que the length of the store to get to the...
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    Re: Calender or timetable idea?

    If you have a spreadsheet program there are plenty of online templates for calendars for excel etc, I downloaded one a few years ago and modify and print it out in january for work.
  4. Thread: Black Friday

    by dugimodo
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    Re: Black Friday

    Retailers are the culprits for this one, it's a traditional day for sales in the US and I guess our local retailers thought it was a good Idea. Good luck convincing them not to do it.
    I'm a bit anti...
  5. Re: Panasonic stereo - question about speakers

    Sorted? sure. On a quality stand alone amplifier there is usually some sort of protection and limiting circuitry and often an impedance selector. But when you sell something as a package you can save...
  6. Re: Panasonic stereo - question about speakers

    Terry beat me to it, but I don't think it's totally a red herring. Below half power 1101 is correct and the more efficient speaker will use less power at any given volume (as measured by your ears...
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    Re: Suitable Router for Fibre.

    Seems like 1101 had it and I got it wrong, I just believed the geekzone post that said it wasn't supported.

    Found this, I think it's what you need http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-1584.html and it...
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    Re: Suitable Router for Fibre.

    No your existing Router will not likely work on fibre unless your ISP doesn't use Vlan tagging or is willing to turn it off for you. You can use it as a switch/ access point if you reconfigure it but...
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    Re: Catholic School Statue

    That's funny, mainly because it happened in Oz:devil

    A statue in a school seems like a monumental (heh) waste of money to begin with, and this one well.... hard to imagine nobody noticed the flaw...
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    Re: Places in Chch to try/buy headphones?

    Anyone got any recommendations for ON ear type headphones ? I can't handle the type that cover over my whole ears, after 10 mins my whole head is sweating and I start to feel bad. I need some airflow...
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    Re: MS Mail DEATH oF

    you cut the "h" off the start of your link, that's why it doesn't work

    Doesn't effect me, like linw I abandoned e-mail clients years ago. Web mail is just more convenient and saves worrying about...
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    Re: De-rez My Wife, Please

    Depends on the android version but if you just want to turn it off under settings -> Cloud and accounts -> accounts -> Email you should find a switch to disable synching the e-mail
    That's for...
  13. Re: Away from games etc .. how old is your computer?

    I guess but I went a bit over the top buying a GTX 980 when they first came out and it's yet to struggle with anything 3 years on. Previously I always went cheaper and replaced more often.
    Same...
  14. Re: Away from games etc .. how old is your computer?

    For the most part I rebuild or upgrade too often for my machines to get very old. I often find myself wishing I'd kept one of the old ones though.
    My current PC is 2 years old apart from the GPU...
  15. Re: Lag spike issues gaming on local LAN using WiFi

    Yes that's how the powerline adapters work. You can also add more of them and have the connection from the main one at the router/modem end go to 2 or more different outlets around the house. The...
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    Re: pci card hdmi small form factor pc

    or there's always trademe https://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/components/video-cards/pciexpress/auction-1468409020.htm
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    Re: pci card hdmi small form factor pc

    Looks like that PC has a PCI-E slot so you just need a low profile graphics card with HDMI out Like https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/VGAGBV00710/Gigabyte-Geforce-GT710-Graphics-Card-1GB-GDDR3-PCI...
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    Re: 10-Question IQ Test

    I am sure I missed at least 1, maybe 2, and it still said 10/10. Not sure I believe it, the comments below it say similar things.
    Seems pretty unlikely that 2 of us in a row are in the 0.1% wouldn't...
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    Re: Connecting via - Router

    Yes as long as they are on the same phase, but the more wiring involved the slower they go so the same circuit is better. Most houses are single phase working so they would theoretically work in any...
  20. Thread: Tyre Pressure

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    Re: Tyre Pressure

    Best you read your own links before posting them :p
  21. Thread: Tyre Pressure

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    Re: Tyre Pressure

    Maybe check your home gauge against a few different garages, if they are all quite different it won't help much but if a consistent pattern emerges you might get a pretty good Idea of what's...
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    Re: Outlook Express Problem

    Are you using the outlook express E-mail client from windows XP?, or Outlook which is part of office?, or outlook.com which is a free web based E-mail similar to gmail?
    And how are you trying to...
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    Re: New government, new flag?

    If there's a majority of people who want the flag changed not enough of them voted on it and therefore as a group they can't have cared enough. That's on them not on those that did care enough to...
  24. Re: Lag spike issues gaming on local LAN using WiFi

    Might need a better Authority on Wi-Fi to confirm, but doesn't using a wireless G device mean ALL devices will drop back to wireless G ? which is significantly slower than N or newer. Could be part...
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    Re: Anyone bought an Oculus Rift?

    Cost me $667 with the conversion rates, sailed straight through customs with no additional charges. I'm not sure if that's just luck or what but I'm pretty happy with it.
    Ordered on the 31st after...
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