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HTC Desire HD – Low speaker volume fix

February 3rd, 2011 · 3 Comments

I’ve been noticing my new HD been relatively quiet than I remembered. After a while I got to a conclusion that the installed radio app causes speaker and ring volume to drop drastically. Anyway, to fix the problem and get the volume back to normal, RESTART phone, that fixes the problem on android 2.2 phones. […]

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Tags: Musical Instruments · Smart phones

DIY – Build a homemade Guitar Hanger for wall

August 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment

If you decide you don’t want to buy a guitar hanger for a wall, here are simple steps to building one yourself. There are lots of ready to use ones, which are good (I have one in my living room that holds the acoustic guitar), but this time I wanted to make one of my […]

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Tags: Crafts · DIY (do it yourself) · Music · Musical Instruments · Video

Sony Ericsson W760i Mobile Cell Phone with 3.2 MP Camera, MP3/Video Player

September 20th, 2009 · 1 Comment

This is a review of my new cell phone, the handsome and smart w760i. It has a few nice features that make him a good buy. PROS: good mp3 player and video player/recorder. good camera (see example photo) for day time – 3.15 MP, 2048×1536 pixels among the lowest in radiation levels – 0.53 W/kg […]

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Tags: Electronics · Internet · Musical Instruments

Jim dunlop volume pedal review & volume adjustment fix

July 15th, 2009 · 21 Comments

This article was meant to be a Dunlop volume pedal (GCB-80 is the model) review but as it turns out, it will be a how-to-fix-it manual as well… Let’s start at the end – this pedal has one “tiny” problem -it does not allow no volume at all, but rather the pedal starts from some […]

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Tags: DIY (do it yourself) · Music · Musical Instruments

Sennheiser HD-280 – Professional Studio Recording Headphones Review

February 11th, 2009 · 1 Comment

To record your own music you need recording headphones. The main differences between just good headphones AND recording headphones are: recording headphones should not leak the music to the outside – where the microphone can pick it up. I’ll explain this – To record vocals you need to sing along some other lead track right?  […]

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Tags: Electronics · Music · Musical Instruments

Sony MDR-NC40 Noise Canceling Headphone – not just for the frequent flyer

February 1st, 2009 · 1 Comment

Airplane noise can seemingly be tolerable, but loudness can vary between 85 and 115 decibels  at take off. Which can lead to  ringing and maybe hearing damage if done on regular basis (frequent fliers for ex) . The SONY Noise Canceling headphones are recommended for any air traveler, and especially for those who take trans-Atlantic […]

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Tags: Musical Instruments · Tourism

Review: In-Ear Maxell silicone earphones VS iPod “Apple In-Ear Headphones”

August 16th, 2008 · No Comments

MAXELL: I bought the Maxell earphones (Maxell digital stereo earphone MHP-EP02) after I thought I’ve lost my iPod original ones. The Maxell make an impression like quality earphones, but are they? The package comes with an extra 2 pairs of replacement silicone cups. A big sized pair and a small pair. The medium pair is […]

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Sony MDR-V150 “Monitor Series Headphones” review

June 24th, 2008 · 5 Comments

Although these Sony MDR-V150 headphones are called “Monitor Series”, they are NOT really Studio monitors, but they are fine enough for listening to music on your Sansa or IPod or other portable player OR home stereo. These headphones are light, and small compared to real studio monitor headphone . They are adjustable for any head […]

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Mixer Wiring Diagram – From the instruments-to the mixer-to the computer sound card

June 17th, 2008 · 2 Comments

This is the alternate way to connect your mixer to a computer’s sound card. When I bought my mixer, I followed the manual, but I wasn’t satisfied with the results- too many wires, too many loops, not enough preamp that seems to get lost somewhere in between. So, what I did, is keep things simple […]

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Vocals Microphone – Shure SM58 review

June 16th, 2008 · 4 Comments

Sales wise, the Shure SM58 is probably the Toyota Corrola of professional microphones… It’s one of the best selling microphone in the USA, maybe even in the world. The SM58 is best suited for recording vocals (lead or backup), but you can record just about anything, like piano or drum, while the popshield is removable […]

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