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Got speakers, Logitech x-530, the whole system is tied into the subwoofer, can't be turned off. Moved to new apartment, floors are thin, neighbours complaining.
How do I turn it off? Are there any programs that can disable the subwoofer from Windows?
Can't disconnect it, can't turn it off, subwoofer is on lowest volume, still shaking the ground like hell
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I know how much you like talking about mechanical keyboards, so I'm hoping you'd like to help me, I'm looking to get my first. I know what features I want, but I can't find one that matches.
Required features, non negotiable:
Dedicated media keys (none of that dual use Fn key bullshit)
Not pad printed keys, I want this to last a while
Implied obvious features like full key set (not TKL) and ANSI US layout
Desired, but not necessary
Easy to clean
Backlit (helpful to determine the key printing method)
Pretty sure I want Cherry Browns, but will be ok with Reds
The closest I can find to what I want is the Corsair K60, but it has pad printed keys and cherry reds, so it's out. Does anyone know a keyboard that fits my needs? Or a place like wasdkeyboards where I can getr a custom one with media keys?
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might as well give it a shot since r9k and adv aren't much of help
m not sure if i should be feeling regret or relief right now. You know those times where you think you should try something but you dont because of the possible outcome? like if you dont do it, you'll regret it because now you'll wonder if you would have been successful with it in the first place, but youre scared that if you do it and fail, the pain from the failure would be too much?
ill greentext the situation and hopefully she doesnt lurk r9k, although theres a good chance that she might.
>be 23yr old a computer technician going around the city fixing computer for a living
>have an appointment with this college student around campus
>she's cute, very attractive
>we're in some study hall at atable just the two of us, while i start repairing her computer
>she initiates the conversation, asking me how i got into this field
>she generally seemed to be into what i was doing and was more talkative than my usual customers
>the general feeling of the conversation seemed like we were both nervous,
>trying to but couldnt think of any other subjects other than talking about her moving from where she was to this city for college
>spaghetti spillage was imminent
>conversation pretty much dying