I am slowly getting tired of switching cables between different computers, so I thought I look up docking station and I will be switching just one cable only. And then I saw those words... No linux docking station Yeah, I can wait. [My older surface doesn't have USB-C] No linux docking station II Seems like USB-A docking + 2 x 4k HDMI + + ethernet + Linux + Windows is impossible to find Update: Hmmm... Maybe? Bit pricier though
Once a while, it's nice to listen to music a bit louder than usual. I finally found pretty good & not too pricey setup. Sony MDR7506 headphones (98$), Douk Audio U3 Mini Class A Headphone Amplifier (42$) and SoulBay 48W Universal AC Adapter DC (19$). While there is some minor (not very loud) frequency pushing through when no music is played, it gets lost once the music is on (hard to know what's the source - amplifier, ACDC adapter, Florida electricity or iPhone 🤷🏼♂️ - but the headphones sound pretty good and quite loud as well without the amplifier directly on iPhone and without the "frequency"). Over all with amplifier - not perfect, but good enough. On brighter side, these are definitely going to be by far my favorite headphones... (and yes - with amplifier it does get REAL loud) Loud & clear Mini setup with iPhone Update 01/20/2022: Seems like ACDC adapter was the weakest link causing the "frequency" noise. If you use provided USB cabl
Legally bought CD long time ago Converted into mp3 And I can't play it because of "This song is not currently available in your country or region" Are you kidding me? If you want me to switch to other non-Apple brand smartphone just send me an email, don't block my legally bought music NO - NOT OK and NOT even "OK" Update: Solution - remove all music from iPhone, make sure it's empty and sync again with entire library. While not only sync mechanism is broken, the error message is also wrong.