It can't be a problem since the delay in the trial wasat the request of the defendant.
Ditch the crappy receiver.
More seriously, it is a rather distressing problem that there's all too often this one magic self-contained box that is expected to do everything perfectly with no ability to modify anything. Much like the adoption of DRM, it's a problem that no amount of edge-case (read: my) whining has had any effect on. It'd be nicer if the receiver had a low-level output (which some do, usually in the form of RCA jacks).
The proper (and again, I fully realize this goes well into the "pricey and ridiculous" territory) way is to turn down the receiver's amp pretty low, then use an 8-channel DI box to cut down the power your receiver is pushing out. Then you're into the signal level used for decent audio gear, and your options are far more flexible. You could add 4 of the aforementioned compressor units to compress all 8 channels, or you could just compress some of the channels for the preferred effect. You could leave your distant speakers uncompressed to preserve some of the punch without worrying about having the signal be too loud from nearby speakers.
Working entirely at low level, you have other options, too. If you have a big home theater, where the distance between main speakers (subwoofers don't really count) varies by more than about 5 feet, you might benefit from a properly-configured delay unit, so the sound arrives at your ears at the proper time, according to its spacial location in the source. If you prefer to take the sound fully into your own hands, you could add 8 channels of equalizers to set the frequency curves to match your room and listening preference. With a patch panel, mixer, and a multitrack recorder, you could also hook up your band for an in-house recording session, because if you're actually considering this level of production for a home system, you very likely have more money than sense.
Anyway, since you had to waste the earlier amplification to get down to that usable signal, you'll need 8 channels of amplification again to take your fully-customized signal and run it up to audible levels.
Life is easier and cheaper with just a 2-channel stereo system.
You're probably in about the 50th percentile, actually. Hearing 16 kHz puts you at somewhere under age 40, or you've taken pretty good care of your ears.
The hair cells in your ears that resonate with high frequencies up to 20 kHz sit right at the start of the cochlea. They're the first to be hit with sound, so the sound is at its highest energy. As the wave progresses to lower-frequency cells, it's progressively losing energy, so they don't get damaged as soon. By the time you get damage in the 2 kHz range, you'll start losing the parts of sound that make intelligible speech - the beginning and ending sounds of syllables. That's why older folks have a more difficult time understanding speech. They can hear you talking, but they literally can't hear what you're saying.
As an audio technician, I recommend a compressor with a fast attack and very slow release. Basically, when the volume goes above a certain threshold, any additional volume rise will be cut by a set ratio. Ideally, you'd set the threshold to the dialogue volume or just below, and set the ratio as low as you're comfortable with - more compression means flatter sound, but you'll be dulling the punch of music and emotion as well as the perceived loudness.
It's a bit pricey (and ridiculous) to start putting pro audio gear into your TV system, but there's something to be said for maintaining that perfect comfortable volume automatically.
At least i looked.
Apple wants you to use the app store for app management. If you use it, it's a simple click to update everything. Outside of that, it's an individual thing.
Apps are really mini file systems that should include all it's files. Hence, to delete, just delete the file. In reality however, some apps leave a footprint. AppCleaner does a decent (though not perfect) job. Or, just do it manually.
Ultimately, the macbook can be used as a cookie sheet.
Reply or moderate, reply or moderate. I replied.
Once, at the office, i requested a database driver for a server, and proceeded to find an alternative method until the official solution came.
Some months later (end of year?), i get a call from support asking if the issue was resolved. I explained to him that we were using a workaround. He asked if he could close the ticket.
Not the most straightforward tactic, but interesting nonetheless.
One court says the program must retain all metadata for more than five years, and another court says that the program must not retain metadata for longer than five years. This means that the only lawful way to run the program lawfully is to ensure that no metadata covered by these judgements is gathered, effectively outlawing the program entirely.
Even though the judgements may apply only within certain jurisdictions, the entire program is affected as phone calls may be generating metadata on people within the jurisdiction, regardless of where the other end is.
The welfare state should be replaced by just sending out the same amount to each adult citizen' bank account each month.
So, if those two can agree the solution to poverty what's the hold up?
Let's not forget debt.
When the Fed creates money via loans, it also creates debt. The value of that debt inflates (via interest) as well. That debt supply moderates the increase in the money supply, so that the inflation effect can be curtailed if the production rate doesn't rise with the money supply.
I created a ticket to report a bug in Spreadsheet::ParseExcel on 8/23/11. Just got the reply today, 3/11/14. Is 2.5 years good turnaround?
Of course, the response was to reject the report and blame it on someone else.
I am mostly inactive here. I stopped reading the front page some time ago. As to JEs, "I sometimes write them to write. I many times write them for replies."/A>
It's come up before, how to backup JE posts. Maybe i should do that now. Do you have a script you are willing to share?
Backup, good point, i ought to do that.
Slashdot has been around almost two decades now. While it isn't what it was, it is something. A major change will likely hurt, but i don't think will kill it. Nerds are younger and different, maybe they need the change.
I never did that reddit thing. Didn't really check out the beta either.
Does http://slashdot.org/journal.pl... not work either?