I, Me Aur Main [2013 FLAC]
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I, Me Aur Main [2013 FLAC]
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The Aurender is a joy to use. My attitude to computer audio is rather negative, because of its unpredictability and the need for continuous fixes and upgrades. If I were to play the audio files in my system, I would like to use a file player that is as stable as a CD player. The Aurender perfectly meets this requirement. It is small, perfectly designed and built and it offers the kind of sound that should appeal to a large group of music lovers, regardless of how much they want to spend on this type of component. I will go even further to say that the sonic structure it offers is close to my vision of the sound of high-end system components. It is soft, yet not softened; dynamic and palpable. On top of this, there is the outstanding user interface. All that remains is to choose a matching high-end DAC. It could be the Meitner that was used during the review, but it could also be the Mytek STEREO192-DSD DAC which I reviewed some time ago, or the Auralic Vega (see HERE and HERE). Each of these configurations will be great and each will bring out the main features of the X100 sound. If digital music players continue to follow that path, I will soon have to look around for something like that. The X100L is outstanding.
Inside, the Aurender looks like a player from Linn, in that it resembles a specialized computer. The main board houses microprocessors and auxiliary circuits, covered with a large heat sink. A single 4GB DDR3 RAM module is seated in the memory slot on the main board. The hard drives are connected via eSATA cables. The hard drives are mounted to the metal frame and decoupled from it with rubber washers. The 120GB Samsung SSD is mounted behind and parallel to the front panel. The main board also houses output circuitry, with specialized anti-jitter circuits powered from the battery. Above, near the rear panel, there is a 100W switching power supply.
In April 2013, a new trailer was released and the film received a market screening at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on 16 and 19 May. It was also screened at Pan Asia, Dingle and the Tokyo International film festivals. Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain was released in the United States on 7 November 2014 and in India on 5 December 2014. A private screening of the film was held at the youth assembly in the United Nations on 7 August 2014.
The plant's revenues drop due to lower sales of pesticides, and in order to reduce costs the officials neglect safety and maintenance. Questioning the chemicals used in the plant, Motwani (Kal Penn), a tabloid reporter, publishes reports on his printing press which are disregarded by most of the officials and workers. Roy (Joy Sengupta), the plant safety officer, expresses his concerns. The officials however ignore his warnings, and a worker is killed when a drop of methyl isocyanate leaking from a pipe lands on his arm. The officials deem the worker's irresponsibility as the cause of the accident and the plant continues to function. Dilip is given a better-paying vacant job in the plant despite lacking the skill to operate the machinery. A gas leak is prevented by Roy when water is mixed with methyl isocyanate, and in an attempt to stop people from panicking, the official in the plant disables the warning siren.
As the date of the disaster nears, Dilip arranges a loan for his sister's wedding. Roy later explains how the company is ignoring safety standards and that a future leak might become uncontrolled as the officials had turned off safety measures to reduce maintenance costs. Roy gives his resignation to the company and advises Dilip not to talk about the