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post #166 of 202
And even if a thread were off-topic, threadcrapping is still threadcrapping.
post #167 of 202
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Why do you think I put some paper outside? Because I didn't fit anymore inside!
How flammable is ERS paper?
post #168 of 202
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How flammable is ERS paper?
ERS Paper doesn't seem to be flammable enough for fire to start.



post #169 of 202
man.....
post #170 of 202
Patrick, what do you think about having an electrician wire a special connection just for your set up?

by that i mean like a line straight from the power box outside (or down the block, which ever) so you can get higher quality clear power
post #171 of 202
most people who tried the ERS Paper mod in my X-Fi mod thread said they didn't like it.
post #172 of 202
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Uh, duh?

See how this forum is the "Cables, Power, Tweaks, Speakers, Accessories" forum? if someone posts a thread about, for example, a holiday... it's off topic.

if someone posts a thread about amps in the headphones forum, its off topic. if someone posts a thread about pretty girls in the amp forum, it's off topic

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Off_topic
Yeah you are right, but sice this is a thread that is about a tweak it's not off topic, no mater how much else he is writing to make it all more fun.
post #173 of 202
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most people who tried the ERS Paper mod in my X-Fi mod thread said they didn't like it.
Ok, but did it change the sound in any way?
post #174 of 202
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Ok, but did it change the sound in any way?
It is said to make it overly warm.
post #175 of 202
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Ok, but did it change the sound in any way?
oh yes, if you click at the link in my sig, there's been several dozen people who reported that ERS Paper (and other shielding papers they have used) made their X-Fi sound "too warm." depending on how the paper is applied, the difference can be very dramatic.
post #176 of 202
That is a nice orb Patrick! I think you should consider changing the wallpaper in the room that your rig is in. It can't be helping SQ and it clashes a bit with the ERS Paper. Does ERS Paper come in different colors? I think a nice beige or taupe would work really well....
post #177 of 202
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oh yes, if you click at the link in my sig, there's been several dozen people who reported that ERS Paper (and other shielding papers they have used) made their X-Fi sound "too warm." depending on how the paper is applied, the difference can be very dramatic.
ERS Paper is supposed to be used if the sound is too bright and edgy in the first place. It will fix the brightness and reveal transients and low-level detail. It sounds more neutral but it could sound boring if there are muddiness problems somewhere in the system. I found that thin cables wrapped in ERS Paper works better than thick cables nude.

Yes the difference is dramatic!
post #178 of 202
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Originally Posted by Patrick82 View Post
ERS Paper is supposed to be used if the sound is too bright and edgy in the first place. It will fix the brightness and reveal transients and low-level detail. It sounds more neutral but it could sound boring if there are muddiness problems somewhere in the system. I found that thin cables wrapped in ERS Paper works better than thick cables nude.

Yes the difference is dramatic!
yes the paper does seem to get rid of the brightness/edginess. you need to upgrade your source, btw. then you won't need any of these "tweeks" anymore.
post #179 of 202
Patric , I used to write trance music but you wont of heard of me.

Did you know that most of the genre is created by people in their bedrooms on £1000 synths going into £500 mixers and using £2 cables ?

with the money you spent on that paper you could have puchased your own trance studio and not had to worry about other peoples transients
post #180 of 202
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Originally Posted by cotdt View Post
oh yes, if you click at the link in my sig, there's been several dozen people who reported that ERS Paper (and other shielding papers they have used) made their X-Fi sound "too warm." depending on how the paper is applied, the difference can be very dramatic.
Oh, damn that thread is long. But i don't think it would ba a good thing for my 650 you know it's warm enought

I should have tried it for the dt990.
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