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post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post
f you're already well-paid, it decentralizes things and the reviewer and high-end manufacturer lose influence, power, and finally $.
I guess it depends on whether you are talking about large-scale or small-scale manufacturers and reviewers. If you are talking about a small manufacturer without the resources to pour into such efforts, then the argument may have some validity. I was thinking more mass-market, where a big manufacturer would probably look at all of these logical fallacies as potential demographics and/or markets to sell crap to.
post #32 of 36
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post
I seem to remember reading a USB audio primer somewhere a few months ago that said there were actually three protocols, adaptive being the only one that didn't require programming skills to implement; then I believe they differentiated between synchronous and asynchronous for the other two.
I believe that would be this one, its linked in the computer audio sticky
Computer Audio Asylum - USB audio spec and jitter - John Swenson, November 11, 2005 at 14:51:46
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by tmars78 View Post
My question is he names all of these cables you should replace. What about the sata cable that goes from the motherboard to the hdd? Or the wires coming out of your power supply? I mean if you have a $___ power wire and a $____ USB cable, what good are they if the wires inbetween them only cost $2.99?? Or do those wires not really count?
OMG, there's totally going to be $799 audiophile SATA cables soon.
post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by evanft View Post
OMG, there's totally going to be $799 audiophile SATA cables soon.
More than likely. I am trying to think of a good name for audiphile sata cables. Maybe I should peddle them.
post #35 of 36
While we are at it, all those tiny bits on the paramagnetism terrabyte drives interfere with each other, distorting your music. You should buy older hard drives that don't do vertical writes.

Also, forget those fancy wired interconnects. Go bluetooth and buy audiophile ether - allows your signals to propagate at the speed of light in vacuum with no interference.
post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by DanielCox View Post
Was this written as a joke?
Hmmm...it's not April 1st yet.
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