bigjaydogg3
BigJayDogg3
bigjaydogg3
Mar 3
2

Entirely subjective and understood. This is how I look at it, understanding that I’m not likely to change your mind. You like what you like. Read more

Mar 3
1

Thanks! BI is now running in my media server with my old GTX1070 which is handling h265 like a dream - so not burdening CPU with that.

Thanks! BI is now running in my media server with my old GTX1070 which is handling h265 like a dream - so not

Mar 3
2

This is one of the few vehicles that actually more or less did what you are asking. The screen doesn’t stick up and is more integrated into the IP. The HVAC vents are even above the screen. This one manages to integrate the screen more into the surroundings without making it look outdated, i.e. like an Infinity Read more

Mar 3
3

If I’m doing 80, my eyes should not have to leave the road just to futz with the AC. I don’t trust ACC or LKA to save my life, that’s my job and I’m the only one responsible for it. Personally, I’m against touch screen controls entirely so I already know I’m a member of a very small percentage of drivers these days.

Mar 3
3

I think the redesign was much better. Though might not work on a car as well.

Mar 3
18

Somehow Hyundai/Kia, for all their progress, can’t seem to not make the car feel cheap in some way.

Mar 3
69

Temp control should never be a push button, always a knob. Period. Same for the fan speed. Period. Also, is the hvac vent control one button that you have to use to cycle through all of the choices? Read more

Mar 3
16

Respectfully, I must disagree. The center infotainment screen is in landscape mode, the incorrect orientation for navigation, and the touch sensitive buttons are going to be hard to find without staring at them (not ideal at 80mph) and prone to smudging, so worse than either buttons or normal touch screen. I also have Read more

Mar 2
2

+1 For using Blue Iris. I was very happy to get off of Nest and have full control over my cameras. I use regular old USB cams (ELP modules for indoor, and a SVPRO (which I think uses an ELP module https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C2RL8PB/) hooked up to some Pi’s. Currently I am using MJPEG camera’s and Read more

+1 For using Blue Iris. I was very happy to get off of Nest and have full control over my cameras. I use regular old

Mar 2
1

One of the reason i suggest people spend the money on POE is because the lack of installing convenience will ultimately yield better quality video and on demand checking. If I want to see if my wife has come home I pull up the app on my phone and just look in real time. So in 5 seconds i can look around my house and Read more

One of the reason i suggest people spend the money on POE is because the lack of installing convenience will

Mar 2
39

As someone who sold Infinitis for quite a while, we all kinda knew this car was never going to happen. Infiniti couldn’t even be bothered to update its best selling SUVs, there was no chance they were going to come out with a high performance version of the slow selling coupe. Read more

Mar 2
2

Astounded by the people in this comment thread who are defending the tesla driver for not attempting to get over after passing. Dumb people be dumbing.

Mar 2
1

Please also consider 4) whether the camera requires use of paid cloud storage system and 5) potential security issues. I am keenly interested in a security camera that doesn’t require me to pay for the privilege of handing my footage over to the camera manufacturer for sale.

Please also consider 4) whether the camera requires use of paid cloud storage system and 5) potential security

Mar 2
9

I had two different 4th gen Camaros for daily driver duty over eight years. So I have a sweet spot for these cars. NO! Not worth even $10K. I’m not a cop, so that crap would all have to come off. This is what I see: Hard top, cloth interior, automatic, well-used, stupid appearance package (that makes it undriveable) Read more

Mar 2
3

I’m not 100% convinced by the interior. Surely all legit police cars have dozens of clumsy screw-holes in the plastic dash, and loose trim where cables have been routed (and then removed when the vehicle left service). There should probably be some broken clips too; scuffed mats; scratches on the airvents where Read more

Mar 2
9

I don’t claim to be any sort of expert on former cop cars, but this is the first time I have seen one without any interior mounting holes from the radio and other equipment. Is this the real deal, or a fake? If it is the real deal, I can see NP; while the cop car collecting community is small they are certainly Read more

Mar 2
19

Nice car, but based on the interior photos I’m not convinced it was actually a patrol car.  As for the price: huge crack pipe!

Mar 1
14

It’s well known that the slideshow format is not well liked. My beef with this article is the use of screenshots. Just grabbing images of what was posted in the comments to create the slideshow comes across as lazy. Just my 2 cents.

Mar 1
97

You’re making it too easy, man! :P
The one modern feature we CAN live without: Slideshows