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Objectivists board room

Discussion in 'Sound Science' started by joe bloggs, May 28, 2015.
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  1. pibroch
    I always carry my own cable with a big ass plug. Looks like the clamp’s ability to keep large cables off the floor may come in handy when I visit the bathroom.
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  2. castleofargh Contributor
    I laughed. I shouldn't admit it, but I have no self esteem.
  3. sonitus mirus
    How did I get here? I was searching beads and big ass plugs. :ksc75smile:
  4. JaeYoon
    Oh my god. I almost read that as anal beads.

    R.I.P my account.
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  5. Niouke
  6. JaeYoon
    hahahahaha. "other outlets harms the quality of our sound"

    Whoa so their "cryo treated" power outlets affect sound quality! :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:
    The things people sell to make money off of Audiophiles.
  7. bigshot
    If you plug your Mr Coffee into their outlet it becomes an espresso machine!
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  8. Strangelove424
    Gold plated mounts? Gangsta
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  9. pibroch
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2017
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  10. headwhacker
    Why not, they have a 90-day money back guarantee.
  11. Niouke
    If you have facebook join the "Audiophiles on a budget" group, it's a riot :) Yesterday someone spotted $150/piece audiophile fuses haha
  12. bigshot
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  13. bigshot
    I discovered a new frequency range in my system that needs adjusting and it's an odd one. Last night after Thanksgiving dinner we all sat down in the theater and watched an episode of Murder in Mind, a BBC TV series from the late 80s. Every once in a while, I would hear a short high pitched squeal followed by several more of them. Like beep.... beep..beep..beep. It's so high it's on the edge of my hearing, so I'm figuring it is around 17kHz. I'm guessing this is some alert for the TV engineers to get ready to cut to a commercial, but it was hard to tell because there were no commercial breaks on the DVD. I've never paid attention much to my EQ above 14-15kHz because it didn't seem to matter much. I just left it flat. But I'm going to have to go back in and do a super high frequency roll off at the top. The funny part is afterwards I asked if anyone else heard it and no one did. Very odd. Does anyone know anything about this? Is it audible on broadcast?
  14. RRod
    So you have the DVD? I think you need to avail yourself of some fair-use to isolate the sound.
  15. bigshot
    I definately have an imbalance there. Tonight I watched a sixties movie with a scene of a tv broadcast and they had the squeal as a sound effect indicating a TV was on. It was way too loud. That's my project for tomorrow
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2017
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