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So. These are my speakers. Aren't they huge and great?
Ok. I know what it looks like. I've got one of those old, heavy TV's on a busted-up horseshit-n-splinters entertainment center. It sucks. I know. You don't need to mention it. Also, it looks like crap. I know. You don't need to mention it. But yes, that is a Sega Genesis. And a Super Nintendo. And a Wii. And, no, that's not all. In the shadows are a Nintento Entertainment System, a Nintendo N64, a Sega Master System, a Sega Dreamcast, and a Sony PS2. Don't forget the Pioneer Elite VSX-37TX stereo at volume -13. 120 watts into those massive quadruple 12" monsters from 9.5 feet viewing/hearing distance is enough to kill a man. Well, his ears that is.
Anyway, what I'm getting at is that when this stoploss money comes, someday, eventually, it's going to look pretty nice in there with a Plasma mounted on the wall and a new entertainment enter not falling over. Plus, the speaker grills are being refurbished, so there's that too.
So, the video. You can't tell, but it's fucking loud as shit. If you have headphone, plug them into your computer. If you have a subwoofer for your computer, turn it up and then turn up the volume. Of course, realize that the audio is coming straight into a cheap digital camera with a lousy, tiny microphone. That's why you can't hear how high the highs are. That's why I am yet unable to murder your ears on the internet. I'll figure it out soon enough though, like when I get that stoploss money and buy that 1000 watt amp. Yeah. That's going to rock.