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But one's subjective preference does not. Nor does one saying vinyl sounds better to them. In those respects, science is ambivalent and should not...
Last year's news. Susceptance is where it's at, baby!
Oh, whew! Had me worried there for a moment. After the moon landing hoax was exposed, you have to be a real idiot to fall for this stuff anymore.
You don't actually believe that do you?
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Was wondering when you'd chime in. :p
No, it's decidedly irrational. Just that it doesn't matter when it comes to subjective enjoyment.
Digital beats vinyl by a wide margin on...
Yes. You're missing the bigger picture that we're talking about a circuit.
Go to the link and look at series resistance.
Eliminate R3. Then...
When used as a cable, the conductors are not in parallel. They are in series. So the resistance of each conductor adds. So the total resistance of...
You just pulled down your pants and have demonstrated to everyone reading this that obviously you are not.
And sadly, I think I'm going to have to add Arny to the list of those who just aren't wired for terribly rational thought. The irony is downright...
Do you realize what you're saying here?
Think about it for a moment.
Some people's brains just aren't wired for terribly rational thought. In that respect you can't really blame them. It's just how their DNA wired...
And the more garbage you can feed them that they'll swallow without question.
What seems to be overlooked in all of this is that the only place that jitter counts is at the output of the DAC chip when it makes the...
This thread is getting silly. Should just ignore it until something is actually produced. Whatever company is behind...
The subject is rather oxymoronic, but your post was certainly within the spirit of the thread.
Yes. An amp with a -3 dB of 300 kHz will not "more accurately" reproduce 20 kHz than an amp with a -3 dB of 200 kHz. There is a huge and...