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Isn't this a link to a DBT?
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For informational purposes only, not for discussion.

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Well, for informational purposes only, and not for purposes of discussion, it's against the rules of the forum.
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It's only a problem if you make it a problem.
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It's only a problem if you make it a problem.
WTF!? Haven't others already made it clear that they have a problem with it? It's against the rules of the forum, for a good reason. If you want to discuss DBT's, why don't go do it in the Sound Science forum.
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WTF!? Haven't others already made it clear that they have a problem with it? It's against the rules of the forum, for a good reason. If you want to discuss DBT's, why don't go do it in the Sound Science forum.
Yep, double that. As much as I hate to get into it, I must admit that my perception of DBT testing makes it a completely useless test, switching things constantly back and forth makes it hard for me to test things. Now when I listen to something for a few hours, like an entire CD, go for lunch, come back and do it again on a different system, then I can usually see differences.
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Yep, double that. As much as I hate to get into it, I must admit that my perception of DBT testing makes it a completely useless test, switching things constantly back and forth makes it hard for me to test things. Now when I listen to something for a few hours, like an entire CD, go for lunch, come back and do it again on a different system, then I can usually see differences.
especially if you had a couple or more beers during lunch...
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The "challenge" may not let you pit an 8W 300B SET amp against a 100W MOSFET amp, but I think, as in the original Stereo Review test, Link to Original Test


it will let you pit a $200. Pioneer



against 12k Futterman monoblocks.

Then why is that?

Will you agree that a 300B amp and a MOSFET amp sound different? Your argument seems to prove the point, does it not?
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Will you agree that you would not be able to tell the difference between the $200 Pioneer and the 12K monoblocks?

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Having not heard them, I won't agree that I can tell a difference, but I think I could. Seriously, this is against the forum rules, lets not get into DBT discussions.
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Having not heard them, I won't agree that I can tell a difference, but I think I could. Seriously, this is against the forum rules, lets not get into DBT discussions.
I thought discussing only double-blind testing of cables was against the forum rules.
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I thought discussing only double-blind testing of cables was against the forum rules.
http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f21/do-not-discuss-dbt-any-other-forums-except-sound-science-forum-227350/
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We do not engage in the discussion of double-blind testing (DBT) of cables or any other components anywhere on this site except for the Sound Science forum.
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