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      It died when it got wet. I had it in my swimming trunks pocket when helping my 5 year old daughter into the shallow pool. So much for...
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      jagwap reacted to Rob80b's post in the thread AKG's new K872? with Like Like.
      For anyone following this thread, what I can say after after a few intense listening sessions over the last few days the K872s are...
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      Maybe the headband is that flexible, but mine shattered at the bronze pieces on the end of the headband. I'm on my second set, as I...
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      That is an interesting test. There is a raft of detail to get into regarding micing up the performer, which I know my limitations on...
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      I didn't say specifications nor measurements, so you are not quoting me. You do that sometimes. Add meaning to someone's statement when...
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      A variety of things. The credibility of the original patent and it's source, the method of the simulation, and the fact when I tried...
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      I am grateful for your near restraint. Unusual. Yes there is no listening proof. The work is incomplete. But the simulations show there...
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      Tubes do not have to be high distortion at line level. Give them light loading and a current source as a load and the THD will be low...
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      jagwap replied to the thread What are the benefit of Balance?.
      Balanced does not intinsically have higher dynamic range than single ended. For the same sized signal the 2 outputs add at least 3dB...
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      Not quiet. An example I can give is say a crossover. A typical 24 dB/oct Linkwitz-Riley 80Hz crossover causes over 5mS of timing error...
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      jagwap replied to the thread What are the benefit of Balance?.
      For the other reasons I stated in my first post in this thread.
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      jagwap replied to the thread What are the benefit of Balance?.
      Your first point? See my last. AES-EBU doesn't need a lot of SNR, because it's digital. Bandwidth helps jitter performance if you don't...
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      jagwap replied to the thread What are the benefit of Balance?.
      This discussion is about balanced connections, which are analogue. Your discussion of digital mixers is only relevent if you ignore...
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      jagwap replied to the thread What are the benefit of Balance?.
      No EQ is not applied subtractively when live. Headroom is added. Internally inside the DSP that is easy mathematically. But once it...
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      jagwap replied to the thread What are the benefit of Balance?.
      Simple answer: EQ. The user adds a bass boost, it will go above the original signal. So you have to have headroom above that. If you...
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