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 81 
 on: January 17, 2015, 12:05:38 
Started by Zat0ichi - Last post by 19eighty christmas
Thanks  Two Thumbs

Your coils on the other hand are the next generation that appear to have been designed specifically to be a pain in the arse to rebuild.


fyi the Subtank is a hyrbid which includes an RBA component which you swap out. From what i've read the RBA on the subtank isn't particualry special in the world of RBAs, but it does come with cotton and RBA a couple coils to get you started. So you've got a clearomizer and RBA in one unit - all be it with a bit of fiddling  Perv, mmmhmmm, yummy *rubs hands*



 82 
 on: January 17, 2015, 00:02:02 
Started by Zat0ichi - Last post by Zat0ichi
I'll do mixing my own juices then get into rebuilding coils.

But a question on rebuilding coils, do you check the resistance of each coil after you make it? It seems like a sensible thing to do (especially as i'm in the sub ohm universe).

If so - how? I've seen some box mods in videos that seem to be able to do it. What do you do/use?


Juice mixing takes a bit of time and you will disappoint yourself.

I have an innokin vv
It has a built in resistance checker - only 1 decimal point but its enough.
The resistance checker also checks for short circuits without firing.
Which is handy because I'm fucking about with protank heads which weren't really designed to be rebuilt but can be very easilly. Your coils on the other hand are the next generation that appear to have been designed specifically to be a pain in the arse to rebuild.

My battery cost £30
One of those ohm boxes costs about £10

Your coils cost about £3 each?
A coil of wire, an ohm box and some cotton will set you back £15 and will make 100's of RBA coils.
After an evening of tinkering and getting sticky you'll be boshing out coils no porblem.

I want an RBA because of consistency. Protank heads use micro coils and as fine wire is more sensitive each coil is a bit different. Just found a sweet spot with a twisted wire coil but all my juice was mixed to run on normal coils so they're all way too strong now.



 83 
 on: January 16, 2015, 21:50:23 
Started by Zat0ichi - Last post by 19eighty christmas
I'll do mixing my own juices then get into rebuilding coils.

But a question on rebuilding coils, do you check the resistance of each coil after you make it? It seems like a sensible thing to do (especially as i'm in the sub ohm universe).

If so - how? I've seen some box mods in videos that seem to be able to do it. What do you do/use?

 84 
 on: January 16, 2015, 14:02:13 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Zat0ichi
http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/science-technology/google-glass-withdrawal-huge-blow-for-dickheads-2015011694540

 85 
 on: January 16, 2015, 10:45:24 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Block Party
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30831128

Seems to have failed and been discontinued already.

Quote
Google is ending sales of its Google Glass eyewear.

The company insists it is still committed to launching the smart glasses as a consumer product, but will stop producing Glass in its present form.

Instead it will focus on "future versions of Glass" with work carried out by a different division to before.

The Explorer programme, which gave software developers the chance to buy Glass for $1,500 (£990) will close.

The programme was launched in the United States in 2013. It was then opened up to anyone and was launched in the UK last summer.

It had been expected that it would be followed reasonably quickly by a full consumer launch.

From next week, the search firm will stop taking orders for the product but it says it will continue to support companies that are using Glass.

 86 
 on: January 15, 2015, 20:16:18 
Started by DJ-TTB - Last post by DJ-TTB
Adaptive and Foundation have joined forces to bring you a super fresh line up of quality drum and bass. This one is most certainly for the headz!

Heading the bill are 3 of our favourite artists of recent months who are making serious waves in their respective styles of dnb! We hope your are as excited as we are to welcome the following line up to Basement 45 on Friday 27th February!

MARK SYSTEM
(https://soundcloud.com/mcsystem)

"Mark System is one of the most underated producers in the scene" quote from SP:MC, that should tell you everything you need to know about this talented dj / producer. If you went to any of the big festivals last year then you would have definately heard his forthcoming release OPTIX, forthcoming on Exit, widely regarded as one of the tunes of the year by all the heads in the industry! Having previously had a few killer releases on two of the scenes most respected labels, Exit & Digital Soundboy, 2015 is shaping up to be his biggest year yet. His debut album is coming out on Exit and we've been informed by the man himself that this will be an album preview set!

LSB
(https://soundcloud.com/lukelsb)

LSB has over the years had a string of solid releases on Soul:r, Spreadhead, Shogun & Hospital! Last year he released a tune on the Soul:r Four:Fit EP called LEAVE and also XLRS on the 10 years of Shogun Audio album, two amazing pieces of music that have really brought him into the spotlight. He also has a forthcoming release on the new DRS album Mid Mic Crisis ft Tyler Daley and it's causing damage worldwide!

CLARITY
(https://soundcloud.com/claritymusik)

Bristol-based Owen Brown aka Clarity has rapidly become one of the names to watch in the current dnb scene, stripping the core elements of Drum and Bass down to a refined, unique groove, his style has become unmistakable and at the forefront of the progression of Drum and Bass music. At just 20 years old and he has already released music on Exit, Samurai and Horizons! His debut album dropped on Berlin's Samurai Music last November and what an album it is! The LP includes collaborations with Skeptical & Indigo, and we can't wait to hear what he's got in store!

Full Line Up

MARK SYSTEM
(Exit, Digital Soundboy)

LSB
(Soul:R, Spearhead)

CLARITY
(Samurai, Exit)

LURCH & JACKY P
(Intrigue, Foundation)

DOUBLE U & DJ TTB
(Adaptive)

BASSMETRIX
(Adaptive)

Room 2

ILLUSIVE
(Kinetic, Impulse)

OCTO PI
(Liquifyah)

OLLIE L b2b RYLZE
(Adaptive)

SCREECH

Hosts

REMIDY
BLUEJAY
TRAFIC
SIEGE

Tickets

£6 Early Bird
£8 Standard
More On The Door

Tickets will be available from
Bristol Ticket Shop & Cooshti

Friday 27th February
Doors 10pm - 4am
Basement 45

 87 
 on: January 15, 2015, 15:28:51 
Started by Nathan Promo - Last post by Nathan Promo
Taken from the debut album ‘Aprileft’ by Appian, forthcoming on Phuture Shock Musik.....

Leavin’

http://bit.ly/1tJV5FR

Transient Explorer

http://bit.ly/1KihaQB

Pre-order album and get free instant downloads of ‘Leavin’ and ‘Transient Explorer’
http://po.st/R8fhxD

Thanks for the support

PSM
_____________________________________________

www.soundcloud.com/phutureshockmusik
www.facebook.com/phutureshockmusik

 88 
 on: January 15, 2015, 14:13:06 
Started by Zat0ichi - Last post by Evs
Ever tried tried mixing ribena and orange squash?


 89 
 on: January 15, 2015, 11:26:34 
Started by Zat0ichi - Last post by Zat0ichi
What do you make of the DIY mixing kits they do?

It will get you started but it says you get 2 bottles of concentrate "from the side list". I can see no side list...

That silicone pipe is balls though. You'll want to get some junky grade 1ml syringes with some 20ga needle tips as you'll be wanting to find your ideal pg/vg ratio so only making 1 or 2mls at a time to start with and also bear in mind that the wick with have residue form the previous mix in it (benefit of RBA is that a new wick setup costs pennies)

Then when you are making flavours to your taste you'll want to make just a little at a time.

And when you find a mix you like you'll want 20 or 30ml bottles. Then you'll find out if steeping helps that particular mix.

and one final thing

Ever tried tried mixing ribena and orange squash? If you put two full doses in its waay too sweet. 2 half doses and you end up with both flavours too weak. This is the same when mixing juice flavours you need a critical concentration to get a falvour but there is a generic flavour enhancer in the concentrates that get overpowering when total flavour concentrate percentage goes over 10-12%. (I did manage to get a banana chocolate blend to work but that took a lot of effort and it turns out you can buy it anyway)
So just work on making single bottle flavours work.



 90 
 on: January 15, 2015, 10:30:07 
Started by mishima - Last post by 19eighty christmas

Someone sounds like a bit of a cross cunt........................ree mountain bike ride could do them some good

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