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Funny how you'll often get more upvotes for not answering their question, but by answering the question they should've asked... ;)

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revised Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
Fixed the percentages, I misremembered how much each "bar" represents..
Mar
20
comment Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
A bit overkill maybe, but I if I don't find an simpler solution I'll try it! :)
Mar
20
comment Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
@Spiff: They're passive (Shure SHR840), but I guess 44 Ohm is very low impedance. (Actually, if I touch the unplugged jack when wearing the headphones I can hear clicking when static electricity is discharged from my fingers, so it's really sensitive)
Mar
20
comment Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
Yes, that's the closest to an answer I've found, but that is not a solution, it still relies on awkward key combos, or awkward pixel perfect positioning of a slider. But there ought to be a setting that can make the volume buttons functional as volume buttons. Now it's just a "no sound", "loud", "pain" switch... :P
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Mar
20
revised Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
changed the wording slightly...
Mar
20
comment Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
...if anyoune wonders I have very sensitive ears, and my headphones have fairly low impedance too ;)
Mar
20
comment Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
I have the same issue with my iPhone but there 40% is loud and anything above 60% is painful (unless a track is mixed very low), but I can live with that (at least it has some steps i can use not just 3); and I assume it's impossible to modify that without jailbreaking it.
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asked Adjust base volume on a MacOSX
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Oct
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revised Installing websphere in AIX (Unix)
Corrected spelling/grammar, changed title to match the question body. (Not sure if he really means "telnet" or if he meant "internet", so I left that as it were)
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20
suggested suggested edit on Installing websphere in AIX (Unix)
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20
comment Installing websphere in AIX (Unix)
This question needs some editing, the question is unclear. And btw.: AIX isn't Linux, it's a flavour of Unix.
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Nov
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comment What is the colorized version of the Linux “top” program?
What ZZ top? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZZ_Top
Nov
20
comment Why does Microsoft Windows' performance appear to degrade over time?
Yes, of course! What I tried to say is that there's a psychological explaination too: the fastest computer on the market feels fast, a few years later the same computer feels slower because it's not the fastest computer anymore (regardless of actual performance)...
Nov
20
answered Why does Microsoft Windows' performance appear to degrade over time?