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jeroen79:

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--- Quote from: Haenk on October 21, 2021, 08:18:43 am ---"Carbon-based noise dissipation" does not work well with heavy metal music, filtering out all that white or pink noise.

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What, you don't replace your power cable based on the music you listen to? Some people have no class AT ALL.
Let me guess, you also leave it on the floor and don't buy these power cable holders with spiked legs to avoid vibrations.

 ;) <-Poe's law.

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Before buying used equipment I enquire about what music was played on it before.
An amplifier that used to play rock and roll is practically useless for classical music as all the components will have adjusted for rock.

themadhippy:

--- Quote ---An amplifier that used to play rock and roll is practically useless for classical music as all the components will have adjusted for rock.
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May i offer our services, we are accredited  amplifier realignment specialists.we will take your amplifier,remove all the old audio artifacts and   replace them using custom artifacts designed around your listening tastes.All work will be carried out in an acoustically sterile atmosphere to ensure no stray artifacts are introduced during the replacement process.

Ranayna:

--- Quote from: xrunner on October 21, 2021, 11:59:35 am ---I was thinking about those speaker jumpers some more, ans as far as marketing these jumpers, I'm a little surprised at the poor construction quality.
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I think this is deliberate. This stuff is not coming out of an anonymous mass production factory, but is rather assembled by the proverbial "nude greybearded virgins".  :-/O
The "artisanal" look is a big part of the delusion i think.

Deodand2014:


I'm hoping he does do a video on audiophile fuses...

MrMobodies:


I wonder if whoever designed that at the time was thinking about handsets and drums.


Found this:


Looks like the person writing the article made a spelling mistake or typo.

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