Retro Modern gamer
Retro Modern gamer

7:00 That text saying "Rain Man (1988)" seems to be going crazy.

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Kevin Navitas
Kevin Navitas

I guess your videos are for people who don't know jackshit about electricity or anything else, right?

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Stargamer777 !
Stargamer777 !

The Subtitles at the end :)

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Predictable Enigma
Predictable Enigma

There was a FISH in the PeRcoLatoR

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praing mantis
praing mantis

You did an excellent job explaining everything and threw in some humor! I was looking into getting a portable ac unit. I have several window units and no duct work. Thank you for showing me the light! Great video!

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Peter Fischer
Peter Fischer

and on top of that there are Robertson screws in the terminal clamp blocks. o.m.g. But thank you very much, now I understand better. Question: what does an US citizen do if he wants to drive a three phase with 120° phase shift motor e.g. for a big compressor? Order three transformers and utility meters, attached to all three phases?

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David Daniel Wouters
David Daniel Wouters

Now make a video with the sprinkler sound going on for 10 hours🤣 Update: whoops! Someone beat you to it: nomemory.info/video/2cauvM63lZyHpbA/video.html

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NastyWalkThroughs
NastyWalkThroughs

Step 1: Pause Video Step 2: Rewind to 0:00

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DexMaster881
DexMaster881

US : Teleprompter British: Autocue Rest of the world : Idiot

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Ahmad Okeil
Ahmad Okeil

Would you still use a composite to HDMI converter/upscaler if the AV receiver does have HDMI output? Why?

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Abhishek B
Abhishek B

I can make this with a pc fan

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Remi Rms
Remi Rms

What's the music playing at the end there?

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Remi Rms
Remi Rms

Found it: Floaters - Jimmy Fontanez

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Matthew Reames
Matthew Reames

Mine creates that hissing noise when being played, and the audio gets terrible at higher levels

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Christopher Born
Christopher Born

Japan has 2 pole Edison plugs, delivering 100v to the home, and in the Kansai (West) region, its 50hz, and Kantō region (East) it’s 60hz. Why? Late 19th C and early 20th C, eastern Japan got its equipment from USA, but western Japan got their tech from Germany. Talk about duality! And, while they used NTSC until HD-running at 60hz, (how did they make that work?) Japanese HDTV is incompatible with USA.

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Retroscape Gaming
Retroscape Gaming

D A N C E !

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DeathlordUSA
DeathlordUSA

After I discovered the power of 200mg caffeine pills that cost like 5 cents a piece I stopped drinking coffee. I know that coffee is more than a caffeine delivery system but that's all I used it for.

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Free Bite
Free Bite

For us here the emergency light thing on top of the traffic lights are the same colors as police lights,go between blue and red, so it makes it a bit more obvious by relation. But they are less obnoxious and less blinding.

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Даниил Всевеликий
Даниил Всевеликий

0:16 The stock footage person has exact same multimedia center I have! That’s odd

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Andrew Browning
Andrew Browning

Fans *are* incredibly loud, and make very compact subwoofers if you modulate the blade pitch with a voice coil.

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Richard Reavis
Richard Reavis

(Looks up sadly) "I don't want to be a convicted fun sucker!"

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DavieCalifornia
DavieCalifornia

"[the contacts] can weld together and get stuck closed" I guess, then there is a light that never goes out, there is a light that never goes out, there is...

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ccateni 28
ccateni 28

Since my house has no power, might want to get one of these for next time my energy company fails me.

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ResortDog
ResortDog

AND GFCI plugs fail over time. If the circuit goes dead and the breaker is not tripped in the panel, try replacing that plug.

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Daniel Cayea
Daniel Cayea

I bet you could make some kind of hydro generator out of it.

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Tommy Olsen
Tommy Olsen

The human brain can much more easely figure out in witch direction the sound is coming from if its multi toned. Thats the teory ! 2:00

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A
A

What you need is what is called a don Pedro (no idea why)in Sweden. It consists of the pot(usually glas) and a equally sized upper part. The water goes in the pot and the coffee in the top part. Heat make the water rise in to the top steeping the coffee, when done you carefully remove it from the heat still attached to each other then the cooling air in the pot(now at partial vacuum) sucks the coffee back down leaving the grounds. A bit of work but well worth it in the end. Does take a bit courser ground coffee to work well. Ps. don´t you like coffee? it looked like tea when you poured it, lol.

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Oscar David Rosero Cárdenas
Oscar David Rosero Cárdenas

Some circuit diagrams would have been useful to better understanding the latching of the relay

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James Petts
James Petts

I approve of your use of Micro Four Thirds.

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tms
tms

Seeing the late 3 at 2:40 at had to go back an watch again, and indeed: 0118999881999119725 3 Subtle and perfect

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Daniel
Daniel

the more i learn about the US, the more i apreciate germany

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T C
T C

I know you've already addressed that its an opinion piece and have acknowledged your snobbery. However as someone who regularly uses a drip coffee maker, french press, and percolator, I'd honestly put the percolator taste on par with the french press. Take that as you will. Others may call my taste "bad" but whatever way you slice it, that doesn't change the fact that it tastes really good to me as well as others I know. In fact, I haven't ever actually seen someone dislike percolated coffee when they've had it with me. Only claims when no percolator coffee is around. but hey, we're arguing opinions here so does it even matter?

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dwftube
dwftube

"Mightily moist matrices". I do love a bit of gratuitous alliteration.

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Bigjim
Bigjim

Just realized that Americans say 'Yellow' and Europeans say 'Orange' to the middle light. Not sure how the rest of the world calls it.

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RAMTEK
RAMTEK

Your youth betrays you. When you're as old as I am you'll realize immediately when someone is making money from the "status quo". Whenever something doesn't make sense, add money to the equation and you'll be amazed how things fall into place.

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Gunnar Kaestle
Gunnar Kaestle

15:05 Up to 50 V AC it is considered to be safe to touch, but lower voltage usually has a higher fire hazard. More current is needed to transport the same power, and that means the cable (circuit) is getting warmer. Fires caused by highly loaded wiring are a big concern in homes made of timber.

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weused2bestoned
weused2bestoned

They are used for sparky baths :p

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Gunnar Kaestle
Gunnar Kaestle

14:33 The volts (V) on the left hand side of the equation is missing. 1 V = 1 A * 1 Ω. By the way, the symbol for voltage is U and not V: U = R*I. V is used for potential difference. www.electropedia.org/iev/iev.nsf/display?openform&ievref=121-11-27 It is easy to mix up V with V, let's have a look at the USB equation: V = 5 V (divide by V) 0 = 5 (false)

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Daniel
Daniel

i should refresh my mandarin

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SpiritRider1100
SpiritRider1100

This video should be required watching at my office. None of my coworkers can seem to figure out how to work a thermostat.

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James Owens
James Owens

DRAIN THE SWAMP!

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Gunnar Kaestle
Gunnar Kaestle

3:53 buried electrical lines are called cables

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A
A

In Sweden we have a similar setup in houses but the voltages are 230/460 Volts.

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Matthew Hahn
Matthew Hahn

I'm getting vertical green lines over dark areas and a pink hue in the upper half of the screen in lighter areas. Any suggestions? Troubleshoots have led me to believe it has something to do with the rca-to-hdmi converter.

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Russell Morland
Russell Morland

Brown is like pink, but adding more white can be done with a light source. That is about the light source, not brown or pink.

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The LWQ
The LWQ

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Don McPezorello
Don McPezorello

Watch this video with an old Black & White TV ^^

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MKA667
MKA667

The countdown timer module could contain the firmware for learning how long the stop lasts and display the countdown accordingly, so the central system may not have been upgraded.

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MKA667
MKA667

I have a better solution: roundabouts!

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DSH O
DSH O

You should have used paint for faux stained glass

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Krash Landon
Krash Landon

What are reasons I will never own a car built after the oughts.

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mkw050791
mkw050791

Wow! Bluetooth version of those things?! Neat. I had an AUX version that I used to play my iPod in the car. I always wondered how that magic worked!

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Teppee
Teppee

Btw rockets use the same fuel going into them as their coolant also because it’s so good at cooling

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Teppee
Teppee

Mines butane, isobutane and propane

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Teppee
Teppee

My deodorant spray cans are a refrigerant, if I try to spray the whole thing into a tub, the tub and air coming off it gets freezing cold

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Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings

It's worth noting that "fellow NOmemoryr" Andreas Spiess posted a similar video a few days ago looking at domestic power distribution from ann European point of view nomemory.info/video/uMWcj9PIgsmpm4o/video.html . Apparently many European countries bring 400V 3-phase to domestic premises then run most small appliances and lighting off the resultant 230V phase-to-neutral circuits. Some heavy duty equipment can then be run from the complete 3-phase supply. In my comments I pointed out that in the UK we only get 230V single phase to houses, 3-phase being reserved for industrial supplies (unless you want to pay a premium for it).

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Daniel Kirpichnikov
Daniel Kirpichnikov

So you just need a some kind of nano-surface that prevent it from ice and problem solved

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Alexander Lane
Alexander Lane

I'd love a follow-up on how color analog tv's work. This was extremely insightful and easy to understand. Amazing how people who didn't fully understand the working behind something were able to harness it to create television. That has to be a near-miracle.

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Matteo Marcan
Matteo Marcan

A quick question for americans in the comment section: Do people in the states drink "turkish coffee"? It's the simplest method of making coffee and IMHO, produces the best results. You simply put a couple of spoons worth of finely ground coffee beans into a pot of very hot/nearly boiling water and mix it just for a bit. I have tasted the coffee from those coffee makers shown in the video and it tasted like water with a hint of coffee. For me, three spoons of coffee grounds and one spoon of sugar mixed in a 0.5 L of boiling water, served in a cup with just enough milk/cream to get it to change colour from brown to golden is where it's at. Nice, strong and thick, like a true coffee should be.

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Paul Haynes
Paul Haynes

OK, so let's all laugh at DVDs... Well, it just so happens that we don't have a TV (or the money to waste on streaming services), so both the PC and the laptop have DVD drives. But, whilst I concede that I may be just a tad stuck-in-the-mud over this (although, not having had a TV for 67 years, I'm buggered if I'm going to start now...) - I also have a stack of camcorder tapes, which, "one day", I'm going to copy to DVD so we can actually watch them. Now, if DVDs aren't a cool thing any more, what do I do instead?? I've got two 1TB drives in the PC, but I wont get more than a few tapes on those (especially as one is almost full of photos and videos already), as, as far as I know, flash drives are either too small or horribly expensive (and still too small). So, what exactly is the modern, 21 century, thing that we are supposed to use to do masice backups/archives, or to copy camcorder tapes to???

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William Jones
William Jones

I have been watching this video for 18 minutes and started knowing I had yellow blindness. Now I still can't distinguish certain blues and greens reds and oranges but it is not yellow to blame but blue and red. Although I am gay I never been a flashy dresser because my color sense has bordered on chic amish. I now know why.

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