HAM operators are the final form.
There was time when amateur radio was a legitimate hobby.
HAMs pionieered a lot of technologies back in the day. And before widespread communication networks HAM radio was one of the few methods you could use to communicate with another human being.
A lot of them seem to be into ham rig ricing nowadays, though.
why that nigga got he modern art next to them treadmills in da library
The people who do this are not necessarily rich, just obsessed. It's one thing if you wanted modern art, it's another if you think placebo cable junk is necessary.
Speakers are something that you can absolutely huge sums of money for, not so much cables or converters.
Inb4 anyone actually thinks he isn't exaggerating for effect.
>autistic final form
There is literally nothing wrong with being a licensed radio operator. In any apocalypse scenario they would be key in the survival of any civilisation. Granted thats a weak argument
It's DORVAK or nothin'
Pic related, not mine.
dude I listened to a symphony on a system like that and it was legit better than a real symphony
i could hear the conductors hands moving through the air. every shoe squeak on the floor. the scratch of the bow its own character depending on the sort of horse it came from.
it was unreal
I guess. If you needed one, which you never will, youd be glad to have one. My dad was licensed and lots of times you would see peoples freqs on their license plates. Write it down and see if you can hail them and you have a pen pal. He used to chat with people in Australia all the time
I don't know many people who do flight sims either.
>legit better than a real symphony
That might be called placebo.
Those people usually hate audiophiles or laugh their heads off at them for being placebophiles.
No, Videophiles are.
Imagine the autism of the OP picture but exerted into Video, imagine how much 'warmer' and 'forgiving' that old CRT was with its analog inputs.
Imagining someone lovingly rewinding a flyback transformer for a better picture that more faithfully reproduces their favourite sets of moving pictures.