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1 hour ago, monteverdi said:

and have an early death of your equipment by heat stroke

 

A very serious problem facing consumers of opened potato chips bags is them baking past the point of being edible on picnic tables. :)

 

Since it needed restating.  Inventive simple solutions exist and have as long as people have been building stereo equipment and refining it in their shed.    

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Ah, the "good old days"... when computer cases had proper EMC shielding with "finger spring" seals on all of the openings. The rot set in with the ISA bus standard rear panel openings. Now cases have huge plastic windows so you can see the coloured LEDs on the fans etc...

"People hear what they see." - Doris Day

The forum would be a much better place if everyone were less convinced of how right they were.

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And always keep in mind: Cognitive biases, like seeing optical illusions are a sign of a normally functioning brain. We all have them, it’s nothing to be ashamed about, but it is something that affects our objective evaluation of reality. 

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On 1/20/2018 at 9:48 AM, rando said:

1. Buy correctly sized bag of potato chips.

2. Remove potato chips and clean bag.

3. Insert desired electronic accessory.

4. ??? The Faraday cage is easy.

 

That may not clear much.  I could do much better with thin iron . Or A hard envelope cardboard wrapped in aluminum.  

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@KingRex or anyone else who might be interested.  I forgot to mention Tacx is currently running an open beta trial for their new software based solution.  Effectively they are switching over from pay per Real Life Video sales to a flat monthly fee that gives on demand access to any of them online.  A smaller amount of rides are available for the open beta.

 

TDA info and download link.

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