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post #61 of 74
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Originally Posted by Duggeh View Post
Take the one off your kettle. Saving: $120.
And what aftermarket cable would you recommend fo his kettle then (assuming that he uses mostly for coffee)
post #62 of 74
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Originally Posted by Vic View Post
And what aftermarket cable would you recommend fo his kettle then (assuming that he uses mostly for coffee)
Nordost, to get a better extraction of the coffee beans, and cut the cook time in half
post #63 of 74
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Originally Posted by Patrick82 View Post
The stronger the dielectric is the more it grabs and weakens the signal when it tries to run through, if you have air dielectric the juice can flow easier because it is running in the wind.
That in no way is how the dielectric works, if it did you couldn't watch TV.

TheOnlyOne
post #64 of 74
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That in no way is how the dielectric works, if it did you couldn't watch TV.

TheOnlyOne
TV doesn't look like real life so it doesn't matter to have crappy cables.
post #65 of 74
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Originally Posted by Patrick82 View Post
TV doesn't look like real life so it doesn't matter to have crappy cables.
It wouldn't work at all, no matter what you think of the picture.....

TheOnlyOne
post #66 of 74
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Originally Posted by Patrick82 View Post
TV doesn't look like real life so it doesn't matter to have crappy cables.
Say what?
post #67 of 74
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Originally Posted by TheOnlyOne View Post
It wouldn't work at all, no matter what you think of the picture.....

TheOnlyOne
So you are saying that if distorted sound comes out from the speakers it is working perfectly?

It's not hard to figure out you came here from James Randi's skeptic forum just to troll and harass everyone with the flawed knowledge you found from the limited classical physics books inside your cave.
post #68 of 74
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Originally Posted by Power Cord View Post
uhdtv does
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Originally Posted by PhilS View Post
Say what?
UHDTV in video is like iPod in audio.

The only way video can be as realistic as audio is if the screen is bigger than your vision, and for that you need higher resolution.

I tried power conditioning and tweaks with my 720p projector, even with Nordost Valhalla power cords it still looked far from real life. Going from 9% to 10% of real life is not worth the tweak, but when going from 90% to 91% it is worth it. That's what the tweaks in audio do, they are very subtle but since it sounds little closer to real life it becomes a huge improvement. Eventually you can't hear a difference beween real life and audio, it takes a long time until TV reaches that level.
post #69 of 74
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Originally Posted by Patrick82 View Post
So you are saying that if distorted sound comes out from the speakers it is working perfectly?
Should I start putting words in your mouth, wire does not distort because if it did at audio frequency, then TV would NOT be workable.

TheOnlyOne
post #70 of 74
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Originally Posted by Patrick82 View Post
UHDTV in video is like iPod in audio.

The only way video can be as realistic as audio is if the screen is bigger than your vision, and for that you need higher resolution.

I tried power conditioning and tweaks with my 720p projector, even with Nordost Valhalla power cords it still looked far from real life. Going from 9% to 10% of real life is not worth the tweak, but when going from 90% to 91% it is worth it. That's what the tweaks in audio do, they are very subtle but since it sounds little closer to real life it becomes a huge improvement. Eventually you can't hear a difference beween real life and audio, it takes a long time until TV reaches that level.
Patrick, no offense, but you say a lot of things that make no sense whatsoever. I suppose that's part of your charm to many of us, but you do spread a lot of highly questionable information. Probably not much harm, since not many are probably taken in, but still . . .
post #71 of 74
Try any Shunyata power cord, the Anaconda is the best, but the Python will perform to 95% of the Anaconda for half the price (around $1,000). For those looking to spend less, try the Copperhead.
post #72 of 74
Quail, Volex, Iron Lung Jellyfish, no need of going further honestly...IMO...spend like $20.00 and save the rest to get more music...
post #73 of 74
i just picked up a 2.0m power-cord from audio-art cables for my incoming woo6 amp (link to where i got it from). a new product line for this mom-and-pop cable company, evidently. they're sexy enough though!

i'll post impressions if anyone is interested.
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I'd be interested. Thanks.

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