EXTRACTS AND YOU
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Hey there /diy/.
Back again with another fun thing you can make yourself. You will wonder why you weren't doing it before. Hopefully this thread doesn't devolve like my last one about laundry soap.
That is right. You are going to feel like a wizard once you are done with this. Glass bottles everywhere, all reflecting the low light of the braziers in your basement.
Here is the basic recipe for an extract.
Vodka or White Rum + Something
1 cup Vodka (unflavored) + 3 vanilla beans (split and cut up a little).
Let it sit in out of the sun for 4 to 8 weeks. The longer you leave it the stronger it will get. When ready, strain it through a coffee filter and put it in a vial/jar/skull of your choosing.
But wait, there's more. You can make an extract out of anything. Almond (blanch to remove skin, crush), Lemon/Orange/Grapefruit (use skin, make sure there is no pith), Coffee (grind on a really rough setting or crush by hand), Chocolate (use cocoa nibs). Experiment with smaller batches to find the right ratios, but generally you can't screw it up by having too much of the thing you want extract as long as it is covered by liquid.
This stuff makes great gifts because people think it is fancy and it takes almost zero effort on the part of a busy (lazy) thaumaturge. Pour it into some 4oz bottles, slap a label on it and people will think you are a wizard, like me.
Pic related, 16oz batch I made yesterday.
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Hi guys, how would I go about replacing a broken audio jack on a laptop?
As you can see, the whole jack has fallen out. I don't really know what's broken inside, but I'm guessing it's only the plastic circular part. I've been using the audio adapter (in the pic), but it sounds god awful.
I haven't had much luck with google, but apparently it all depends on how the audio port is soldered onto the motherboard. How in the hell would I find that out?
Basically, it would be awesome if I could get a guide by one of you awesome people.
My laptop is a Samsung r580.
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so /diy/ldoes, i got this turtle beach x12 headphones that started popping with the beat of a song, when i lowered down the bass to 0 it didn't made that sound even tho i had to turn down the volume, but today they stopped working at all, i'm thinking it is because of no connection with the usb, i'm thinking of removing the headphones amp (the thingy on the left) and getting or building my own amp what do you think guises