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Sorry B-Dawk20, I couldn't resist.biggrin.gif

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*integration

*frequencies

*understand

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*integration

*frequencies

*understand

I would have said that the spelling mistakes were deliberate and self-referential (like many memes, and particularly funny in this one because an obviously hoity-toity reviewer could be so loquacious and high-minded while not being able to spell properly.)  But then I saw "Micheal Jackson" in the previous post... memegenerator should get spell check.
 

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*integration

*frequencies

*understand



Damn it!  Spelling mistakes really bother me.  What would we do without spell check?

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We would have to learn how to spell correcktly in the first place.

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We would have to learn how to spell correcktly in the first place.



You mean we'd actually have to learn how to spell?eek.gif wink.gif

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What would we do without spell check?

Most of us would likely not care, and the rest of us would continue our anal-retentive crusade to correct all misspellings.
 

 

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My SPC cable sounds fine to me...

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Originally Posted by maverickronin View Post

My SPC cable sounds fine to me...

That is the joke, could someone explain how something sounds "tonally out of phase"? WTF
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Might happen if you solder ground and signal lines wrong, or both signal lines to each other... :p

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That is the joke, could someone explain how something sounds "tonally out of phase"? WTF


I know the physics makes no sense.  The point is showing contradictory subjective claims.

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Might happen if you solder ground and signal lines wrong, or both signal lines to each other... tongue.gif

Ha that would require a balanced cable unless you REALLY mess up and end up with a mono cable. But yes you could get an out of phase cable if you connect a balanced cable wrong somewhere, although how would it become "tonally" out of phase? What does that even mean, i cant wrap my head around it.
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