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Yep, and people will definitely spend something for an item they want.

I also think price tags should be visible with VAT included. In 9 out of 10 times I always stop with the buying process if I found out (at the final checkout step) that I also have to pay another 21% VAT. It makes me think twice before purchasing which isn’t a good thing for the company.

I know that businesses have to deal with VAT, but in my opinion it’s better to show prices including VAT, it’s far more buyer friendly if you’d ask me.

And if VAT will be visible directly, don’t set prices like this: $ 16,80, but like this: $ 17,00. Those digits after the ’,’ are only working if they’re ending with a 9 in it, for example $ 15,90 or $ 24,99. However, with prices on a digital marketplace it’s better to leave them out.

Another idea would be to let the user decide how he/she is reading the prices: including or excluding VAT. It’ll improve the overall buying process, because you’re giving the buyer the ability to choose.
+1 . This is important point.

same here, as regular buyer of themes this is very confusing not see the final price. to my mind this is pure deception and not that way to deal with vat surcharges. displaying prices like envato does now infringe the rules of my country in the legal sense. it is made with with good cause to protect the buyer!

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mountains to snowboard like a sick bastard!

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my pc
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-4790K, 4×4.00GHz + Noctua NH-D15
  • Mainboard: SRock Fatal1ty Z97 Professional
  • Memory: 16GB-Kit G.Skill RipJawsX PC3-17066U CL9
  • Graphic: MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G, GeForce GTX 970, 4GB GDDR5
  • Storage: Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB
  • Screens: 2x Eizo FlexScan S3431W

I totally envy you. :)

oh i just saw i mixed the screen numbers its S2431W, but the whole pc is in a mid price segment, so nothing that special :) i am pretty sure people out here have similar systems

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my pc

  • Processor: Intel Core i7-4790K, 4×4.00GHz + Noctua NH-D15
  • Mainboard: SRock Fatal1ty Z97 Professional
  • Memory: 16GB-Kit G.Skill RipJawsX PC3-17066U CL9
  • Graphic: MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G, GeForce GTX 970, 4GB GDDR5
  • Storage: Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB
  • Screens: 2x Eizo FlexScan S3431W

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my latest purchase:

ah and i did calculated my envato spendings 2014… spent 987$ for plugins and themes :D

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Got this for ~ $120 on eBay because the seller advertised it as a spare part. He had no idea about musical instruments and found this on an attic without any cables.


very nice deal!

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Paramount Marauder obv.

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new toy arrived, got it very cheap on ebay:
What exactly is that? :D I think it’s a synthesizer – what type of sound does it produce? Also is that a step sequencer above? I’ve been getting some audio toys lately too, just got some studio monitors and an audio interface – next up is a midi controller. Not sure if I will get hardware synths, but they look fun :)

its a behringer bcr 2000 midi controller, its a cheap device, but it allows very much very comfortable configurations. in my set up you can see a korg volca beats in the background. i put all the parameters on the knobs of my bcr 2000, so its more easy to perform and work with the beats. the really cool thing is the software you get with it, you can fully control all cc’s and sysex.

i was thinking about buy me another one and run the zaquencer on it: https://zaqaudio.com it allows you to power your bcr 2000 up to 32 steps sequencer, check out the youtube vids, pretty cool.

funny thing, i don’t have any studio monitors or a good audio interface yet, but they are already on my list, but i don’t really know yet whats good and where i need to look at while purchase.

the only digital device i have is the korg volca sample, all others are analogue, its a lot of fun.

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OK, you like knobs and physically connections – that’s for sure. :)

Nice one. Congrats!

and hedgehogs ;)

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new toy arrived, got it very cheap on ebay:

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