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    Suspend2 was trivial to get working with gentoo...

    Suspend2 was trivial to get working with gentoo and 2.6 kernel. I was originally gonna go with the epia and linuxbios but ended up with a mobile athlon and Tyans are the only desktop boards that are...
  2. Heh, I gave you the link to the forums, I'm not...

    Heh, I gave you the link to the forums, I'm not going to do the searching for you. :P
  3. You can see some screen installs at...

    You can see some screen installs at www.clubgp.com. I'm relocation the HVAC controls and removing the headunit to put an 8 inch screen in there (2000 Grand Prix). From what I've seen, most people who...
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    If you run linux you can get speedstepping...

    If you run linux you can get speedstepping working on just about any desktop board. For windows it looks like the limitation is weather or not the bios has the correct speed tables for your...
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    Noise floor and crossover levels

    At what signal level can something be comfortably considered to be below the noise floor? Using my current software filters I'm ending up with signal to noise of 95db or so post crossover. Do I need...
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    I think we're going to have to agree to disagree....

    I think we're going to have to agree to disagree. I think the color matching in the first one is decent enough to mark the box as belonging to that car. The black/grey/silver/white theme is pleasing...
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    Using an in car computer actually makes wiring...

    Using an in car computer actually makes wiring easier. You have power running from the battery back, speaker cables going from the back to the front, and a video and usb cable connecting the computer...
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    Yes, its doable, I said it was, you just run the...

    Yes, its doable, I said it was, you just run the risk of failure the longer it gets.
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    Which EMU card? How many analog outs does it...

    Which EMU card? How many analog outs does it have? From what I saw looks like it only has a 3 or 4 band EQ on the cards themselves?

    I'm in Texas and from everything I've read, anything under like...
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    Sounds like you're doing the same thing I am...

    Sounds like you're doing the same thing I am. Which sound card are you using? One of RMEs? Lynx? I'm not sure I'm aware of one with hardware equalizers?

    What software are you planning to use with...
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    18 inches is the maximum cable length specified...

    18 inches is the maximum cable length specified by the IDE standard. You can go longer but as you do so you run the risk of errors and eventually the drive not being sensed at all. I'm unsure how...
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    Heh, thats all computer crap. By not an audio guy...

    Heh, thats all computer crap. By not an audio guy I mean I don't know much about speakers and amps and wiring and such. :)
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    Wow, thats fricken huge. :P And like 3 inches...

    Wow, thats fricken huge. :P And like 3 inches tall you say? I'd be curious to see how much empty space is in there.

    I'm the long haired guy that talked to you for a bit with my brother at Texas...
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    I had originally wanted to rack mount everything...

    I had originally wanted to rack mount everything in the back of my car but was stymied by the lack of equipment available in that format that wouldn't require converting from 120 to 12 volt (and the...
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    Running it after wouldn't really consume any...

    Running it after wouldn't really consume any extra cpu cycles as the EQ is a pretty cheap operation and it would be easy enough to only provide the bands of interest graphically (ie: only give...
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    2000 Grand Prix

    Started a page and worklog blog for my install (if you can call it that yet) finally. The page just has some links on it right now, the blog has all the pictures and interesting (maybe? :)) stuff.
  17. http://www.foobar2000.org/

    http://www.foobar2000.org/
  18. I'm gonna assume you're running windows? Its...

    I'm gonna assume you're running windows? Its pretty trivial to do that in linux. :P

    You should actually be able to do it with the bruteFIR plugin for foobar2000 on windows now.
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    2-way active setup, digital crossovers

    Notice: I'm a computer guy, not a car guy or an audio guy. Also, try to avoid "thats way overkill!" responses please, this is more of a "lets see what can be done" project than a practical one.

    My...
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    Piezo speakers mounted under the dash with hidden...

    Piezo speakers mounted under the dash with hidden wiring can be a great deterrant to wouldbe thieves. Nothing like having your ears bleed while you try to rip that stereo out. Plus the more time they...
  21. RME 9636 Course, it ain't cheap. :)

    RME 9636

    Course, it ain't cheap. :)
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    Rme 9636 :)

    Rme 9636 :)
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    Heh, they've been around awhile. Of course, they...

    Heh, they've been around awhile. Of course, they cost about 3 hojillion dollars. :(
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    Err, I was assuming he had a sound card with...

    Err, I was assuming he had a sound card with enough output channels to drive each speaker, I guess that was a silly assumption. :)

    To clarify, to implement a software crossover, you need 1 sound...
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    I didnt see if you were using windows or linux,...

    I didnt see if you were using windows or linux, but if you're using linux, you can look into a program called brutefir that can do what you're looking for (its what I'm planning to use currently).
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