Few days ago i first posted about this project. The main problem was the lenght of the wire from the headphones to the controls was like 18". In other words you'd have to have the control box clipped onto your collar any time you use the headphones. With the new wires its roughly 4 feet long cable allowing you to leave the control box on the desk and have plenty of movement room.
I use them mainly when playing games or in the mood to listen to quality music. You definitely notice which direction the sound is coming from. On the speaker test you can definitely hear the separation between center, front, rear and the sub speakers.
They are Earforce z6a.
As far as wire goes, yup i know but they had 25 ft spools of wire in stock. Quite a bit of waste if i want 9 different colors. Instead i bought 1 spool twisted it into 8 and then used another color i had from another project for the 9th wire.
Manifold Gauge Pressure? Is that intake or exhaust manifold? If intake, then why was the same peak pressure not set for all turbos to normalize the results? If intake, then the graph tells little other than these turbos had wastegates that began opening at different pressures. If exhaust manifold pressures are being measured, then the results are insightful regarding backpressure and flow characteristics, but only if the intake manifold maximum pressure was normalized between them during the data collection.
"This is the Z Machine at Sandia National Laboratories. In 2006, the machine created a plasma that reached a temperature of two BILLION Kelvin, hotter than the interior of stars. This was at the time arguably the hottest human made thing ever.
The Z Machine is used to study the physics of Solar flares and model nuclear explosions. It creates these high temperatures by focusing 20 million amps of electricity into a small region further confined by a magnetic field."