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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by Omega17TheTrue View Post
Personally i don't use it because its bad for the health, despite all the waves around, less is always better. And high sensible component like high-end audio can be affected too.
Any reasoning behind this or is it just a personal quirk?

Wi-Fi, when functioning properly, will do fine. If you are using it in a house and you have no other 2.4ghz devices, you shouldn't have a problem.
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by anetode View Post
Any reasoning behind this or is it just a personal quirk?

Wi-Fi, when functioning properly, will do fine. If you are using it in a house and you have no other 2.4ghz devices, you shouldn't have a problem.
Really...I smell a tinfoil hat!
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by anetode View Post
Any reasoning behind this or is it just a personal quirk?

Wi-Fi, when functioning properly, will do fine. If you are using it in a house and you have no other 2.4ghz devices, you shouldn't have a problem.
More like a quirk but RFI are well know for long for health problem and mental disturbance, mind you a frequency that pulse at more than 2 billion pulsation per second obviously have effect on health specially with all the other equipment that emit (cellphone,cellphone relay,radio,wi-fi etc...)

Its exist some people that are very sensible to any high frequency generator like wi-fi and must move to desert place to feel better.

Even in some library in france the wifi have been deactivated because of people complaining of headhache.

So i prefer not using it and beside its very ironic to use frequency to transport data when you see the price of audiophile cables.
post #19 of 19

Consider this: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/701992503/the-worlds-only-earbuds-with-no-strings-attached

Peronally, I find the idea quite interresing. That is, if you can live with 24 songs.

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