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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#31 Post by singawon » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:07 pm

SOSweet wrote:Bro singawon, why don't you raise the volume ? :-?
Why suffer when you can simply rectify it ? :-? :-? :-?


Already set to the highest.... :cry:

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#32 Post by SOSweet » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:09 pm

singawon wrote:Already set to the highest.... :cry:

Bro singawon, my advise : go for a HEARING TEST. :nehneh:
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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#33 Post by trajet2b » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:38 pm

singawon wrote:Already set to the highest.... :cry:

SOSweet wrote:Bro singawon, my advise : go for a HEARING TEST. :nehneh:
:axe: :rofl:
ok just to double check, that you have your master level and wave level up high?

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#34 Post by singawon » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:52 pm

trajet2b wrote:ok just to double check, that you have your master level and wave level up high?


Yup.. :(

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#35 Post by trajet2b » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:56 pm

ok then you have 2 options now. To connect to an active speaker or aux input of your HU.

I think, active speaker is the best option.

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#36 Post by singawon » Sun Aug 31, 2008 5:32 pm

trajet2b wrote:ok then you have 2 options now. To connect to an active speaker or aux input of your HU.

I think, active speaker is the best option.


Honestly, that did not come into my mind... :mrgreen:

I think an active speaker is a better choice.

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#37 Post by cruiser » Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:52 pm

unclediy wrote:Broer,
Ik hoop u juist chioce zult maken om van de fotografie te genieten. Ik denk Leica 24mm lense op Panasonic veel beter zijn dan de meeste gelijkwaardige lenzen op populaire digitale SLR. Ga voor het. :D

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Ahhh... that is a good try... :good: brudder.

It should be like this>> :prayer: : Ik hoop dat u het juiste keuze maakte om fotograferen leuk te hebben. Trouwens, vind ik die lenzen van Panasonic, oftewel de Leica 24mm, is en blijf nogal het meest populair en doeltreffend in zijn klassement op het digitale SLR gebied. Maak het je je ware koop!

Met hoogachting.
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Bro Sing... here is a better option to consider>>


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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#38 Post by unclediy » Mon Sep 01, 2008 4:57 am

cruiser wrote:It should be like this>> :prayer: : Ik hoop dat u het juiste keuze maakte om fotograferen leuk te hebben. Trouwens, vind ik die lenzen van Panasonic, oftewel de Leica 24mm, is en blijf nogal het meest populair en doeltreffend in zijn klassement op het digitale SLR gebied. Maak het je je ware koop!
Met hoogachting.
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:tq: brudder
When re-translate into English it goes off a little bit from the original intention, probably due to incorrect terminology used when I wrote it in your language.

Probably some ppl wonder what, here it is:

"I hope that you'll make the right choice for good photography. As a matter of fact, I find that Leica 24mm on Panasonic performes better than some lenses of equivalent focal length on popular digital SLR's. It makes the right choice for you!

With Regards"

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#39 Post by waypoint » Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:27 am

Will this do? :mrgreen:

Getting my Vista HCx programmed with the intermediate waypoints required during BP. Sometimes I wished I had a ruggedised ultra-mobile net-book PC for this purpose. :(

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#40 Post by cruiser » Mon Sep 01, 2008 7:51 pm

waypoint wrote:Will this do? :mrgreen:

Getting my Vista HCx programmed with the intermediate waypoints required during BP. Sometimes I wished I had a ruggedised ultra-mobile net-book PC for this purpose. :(
BR,
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Will this also do from Lenovo? Supposedly to be quite a tuff & rugged piece to meet any challenge... perhaps it may also withstand accidental thunderflashes hurled at it... I take it U R an instructor with the army?

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