Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 9)

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    Mod Note: Here is a list of the previous threads

    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 2)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 3)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 4)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 5)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 6)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 7)
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    P.S That clock screensaver is Fliqlo
    PP.S. The time and date / weather on the desktop thing is most probably GeekTool <- examples and instructions.
     
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    Here we go!

    Just a quick one. Will soon have a 3g iphone, 8gb. £80!:D

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    Will get a better one later, it has a blue backlight on my desk but you can't see it.


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    Very clean!! I love the iPod Shuffle next to the MacBook!!
     
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    I think it's time to show your setup now :D
     
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    wfoster

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    I agree. Put all of our suspicious minds to rest.
     
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    EXTREMELY TEMPORARY aha! Basically just moved in.
     

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    Now THAT is professional! Haha, just playin. :p

    Nothing has changed in my setup, but in about a month or so I will be moving so I'll have a brand new setup then. :D
     
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    My Setup :)
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    How do you like those LaCie speakers?
     
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    marold280

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    as if there is a new thread ! :D nice one. this is epic :)
     
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    I love this.
     
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    They look so so so nice!! I might get a pair... just depends whether I can be bothered to fork out £50 for a pair of Firewire speakers...
     
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    Those speakers looks really great and fits perfect on my desk, but the sound quality is a little bit poor. but anyways i love them. T
     
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    Hm ok, I might have to look for alternatives. My current Jamo speakers sound great, but they are so big:(
     
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    I would buy the Firewire version 2
    but they only works on firewire 400 and i dont want to use a firewire 400 to 800 converter
     
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    Ever looked at the JBL Creature IIs? They're fantastic. They fit with the Mac colour scheme and they are great quality.
     
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    If u still want this lacie speakers
    u should buy the firewire version
    the sound quality of these should be great.
     
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    Yes, but in my opinion they are ugly as hell, sorry:eek:
    My current favorites are the Scandyna Micropods or two Genelec 6010 in white plus 5040 in white.
     
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    Version 2??? I can't seem to find them???

    They aren't the nicest looking speakers in the book though are they!! ;)

    All of the LaCie speakers are firewire no??
     
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    My main computer is the iMac C2D, which does the 'heavier' work. The MacBook is good enough for what I do on the move and the iMac G4 on top of the shelves is a server and though I did buy to repair, I ended up keeping it after spilling superglue on the screen.

    Some very nice setups so far :) .
     

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    You say "heavier" work... I then shortly afterwards notice a Joystick connected up to the iMac... :p Just messing...

    Also... I love the iMac on the shelf.. mine just sits gathering dust in the kitchen.. and sometimes I use it... Most of the time... it uses a very old version of EyeTV!!
     
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    1. i mean i would buy the firewire version too
    3. No there a 2 version one with usb connection and one with firewire connection.
    But the sound quality of the Firewire version is much better
    because they are up to 24bit / 96kHz
    and the usb version are up to 16-bit / 48kHz
     
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    Here are my shockingly bad pictures. I will have to take some new ones tomorrow. The windows is virtual. I do not have a PC :p

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    It's so clean... wow. Congrats. Great setup.
     
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    I agree. I don't think Mac Pro Demon has any of the stuff he claims to have, because he never posts pictures. No pictures = No one will believe.
     
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