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|_| ...2017-08-05 |___/
Had a small bottle of "De Goudale", never seen before, bought it because the
bottle looked interesting, it's a rather nice beer, can recommend.
I've first part of the evening chatting with a friend, then streamed for a bit,
found a nice enough config for the Sieren, using the front-back mode instead of
the omni or cardioid patterns which exhibit annoying high frequency noise.
Yesterday while listening to music at low volume I noticed an annoying mismatch
from my monitors, I spent a fair amount of messing about, switching cables,
measuring capacitance and resistance in cables with connected and disconnected,
the two monitors are exactly the same.. They really seem to perform exactly as
they should. The Scarlett 2i4 seems to be to blame, unfortunately, it seems that
some crispness and volume is missing on the left channel. :( I've compensated
for this by turning a bit down for the right speaker and amplifying the left
high-range a bit, but.. It's still somehow muddy, and now that I know it, it's
just pissing me off. I don't want much, I don't require perfection, just that
which without instrumental measure can not be distinguished from it.