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si sam milby and catriona gray na pala?  >:D
Speakers / Re: Dynaudio Speakers
« Last post by richardcruz on Yesterday at 09:04 PM »
Plinius is the perfect partner for Dynaudio, although your particular model I saw is rated 80w at 8 ohms should just clear the minimum to drive the Dynes.

Mga Master,

Will a plinius inspire 980 sufficient to power a Dynaudio Contour 1.4 LE.  My roo is 6x6m, and tend to play loud once in while.


Speakers / Re: Dynaudio Speakers
« Last post by shoktongxxx on Yesterday at 08:42 PM »
Ano pang ginagawa mo? Hahaha
langya, gang dito eh..haha
Tutorials & How-Tos / Re: How to post photos?
« Last post by threx666 on Yesterday at 07:14 PM »
saw this while researching about the new c8

"It is believed that the penetration rate of quantum dot products will increase as the technology is transplanted from the high-end X series products to the C series products for the first time."

Flat Panels / Re: OLED TV
« Last post by godless on Yesterday at 05:33 PM »
PS4 1080p HDR + Netflix + Youtube + Viu. Puro subtitle pero wala namang burn in. Except sa vertical line, I think defect nga sa panel. Na sched na sa tech na palitan yung panel, waiting lang because of ecq.

There was a point na it totally wont turn on. Rest for 2 days, reset. Okay na ulit. The same time, the unit shutsdown when playing HDR games and HDR videos.
But at the moment, okay naman lahat.

Sana tumagal ng 5 years. Yung Sony na LCD ko lagpas 1 dekada okay pa rin.


Are they mostly used for static images? Or random content? If random content may mga channel logos ba? I am also in the market for a 65 c8 or a c9. Sana lumabas na ang CX dito para mag lower na price.

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Speakers / Re: Dynaudio Speakers
« Last post by MrDeckard on Yesterday at 05:30 PM »
Mga Master,

Will a plinius inspire 980 sufficient to power a Dynaudio Contour 1.4 LE.  My roo is 6x6m, and tend to play loud once in while.


Pinoy Entertainment / Re: Filipino films
« Last post by jas on Yesterday at 04:06 PM »
5 Filipino films to make Netflix premiere in June

1. PINOY SUNDAY (Changhe Films Ltd)
Inspired by a 1958 Roman Polanski short, this lighthearted examination of modern life in Taipei follows two Filipino immigrants, Manuel and Dado, during their day off from work, when the chance discovery of a discarded couch leads to adventure.

Director:  Widing Ho
Cast:  Bayani Agbayani, Jeffrey Quizon, Nor Domingo, Dave Ronald Chang, Meryll Soriano, Alessandra de Rossi

Release date: June 5, 2020

2. SUNOD (Black Cap Pictures Inc.)
As the medical expenses for her daughter stack up, a mother takes a demanding call center job where the building's sinister secrets begin to haunt her.

Director:  Carlo Ledesma
Cast:  Carmina Villarroel, Mylene Dizon, JC Santos, Kate Alejandrino, Krystal Brimner, Rhed Bustamante, Susan Africa

Release date: June 14, 2020

3. LOLA IGNA (ERJ Found Film Production Co.)
An elderly woman finds her life disrupted when her family and village realize she has a chance at a world record for being the oldest grandmother alive. ('Lola Igna' was awarded Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Musical Score and Best Actress at the 2019 Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino Awards Night.)

Director:  Eduardo W. Roy Jr.
Cast:  Angie Ferro, Yves Flores, Meryll Soriano, Maria Isabel Lopez, Royce Cabrera, Jojo Riguerra, Armando A. Reyes

Release date:  June 18, 2020

4. UNTRUE (Viva Communications Inc.)
Mara moves from the Philippines to the country of Georgia, where she meets a mysterious man, Joachim. They develop feelings for one another, until Joachim claims to hear peculiar sounds and see visions of a strange woman.

Director:  Sigrid Andrea Bernardo
Cast:  Cristine Reyes, Xian Lim

Release date:  June 22, 2020

Barely making a living as pickpockets, a teenage couple in Manila resort to desperate measures when their one-month-old child is kidnapped. ('Ordinary People,' released locally as 'Pamilya Ordinaryo,' was awarded Best Film, Best Editing, Best Actress, and Best Director at the 12th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival, as well as Best Actress at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and FAP Awards.)

Director:  Eduardo W. Roy Jr.
Cast:  Ronwaldo Martin, Hasmine Kilip, Maria Isabel Lopez, Sue Prado, Ruby Ruiz, Raymon Lee, Karl Medina, Erlina Villalobos, Menggie Cobrarrubias

Release date:  To be announced
Finally found an Abenson branch with TCL 55 A8US on stock.

Coming from an OLED TV, I can say that TCL is not that bad. PQ on the store display is not that good as compared to other brands, in fact even TCL C8 has way better PQ than the A8US.

But it's different story when I started using it. I'm satisfied with it considering its price. Done na muna with expensive TVs.

Wala pala stremio sa Google Playstore sa Android TV. Had to sideload Aptoide TV and downloaded stremio from there.

Now let's see how long this TV would last. Good to know din na it has 2 years warranty.

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congrats ang goodluck sa tv mo sir.
that's good to hear sir! na pending din ba ng matagal?  saan sir, when it arrived in PH dina gumalaw ng matagal yung status or sa shipping palang from US to PH?

planning sana to purchase another item... hehe

Mabilis lang from US to here. Dito na naipit due to ECQ. Baka ngayon okay na. Ma try nga din ulit pag may good buy. Hehe
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