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Come watch as I do nothing in preparation for the show!
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How fun! biggrin.gif
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Show in 45 minutes. smile.gif
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Show in 10 minutes. tongue.gif
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Show starting now!
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Only seeing this rolleyessmileyanim.gif

 

Edit: OK got it now.

 

 

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Haha "explosion versus 100 bucks"...I was almost expecting you to choose explosion for some reason. tongue.gif PS: I was in the channel watching just not in chat
Edited by EVILNOK - 1/27/12 at 6:34pm
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Were you going to be able to upload the last part(s) of the review to your ustream archive? I was at work and missed the live stream frown.gif
I'm especially interested in any conclusions made as to its value in the current market. It seems like the Hale82 series is almost a perfect blend of useful higher end features (SeaSonic internals, largely modular cables of good length) and cost-saving techniques (80+ Bronze, semi-modular instead of fully modular, no sleeves on modular cables). Paired up with the five year warranty and their "Less Than Three" policy for quick replacements I'm very curious what you think about their spot in the market with the whole series.
Edited by Razzereign - 1/28/12 at 6:09am
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