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    Re: Beware of smart TVs

    https://i.makeagif.com/media/5-14-2015/Sw25Og.gif
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    Re: Hanging out with Joe, Jock and Bruce

    The obvious question is, how was the sound system at the hockey game?
  3. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    Sure. Anyone who comprehends Alans video of ML non attached driver chassis and that nickel not moving, understands that zero relation to force cancelling.
    No belief required. YMMV.
  4. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    Luckily my clientele know what basic words like "spaced" means :)
  5. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    No prob and glad you learned what spaced means.
  6. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    That's ok, audiophiles and basic physics don't mix, no need for agreement.
    They all cancel forces/cabinet vibrations, the proof is in the (nickel) pudding...whether cognizant or not. Couldn't be...
  7. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    Ok, I see the source of your confusion. "Spaced" 180 is not "wired" 180, aka opposite polarity. That would be a box dipole, no such thing exists to my knowledge. Regardless, its incorrect. The ML is...
  8. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    Now we're in the 80's (see Doug/Soundstage response to Andrew Jones in video comments).
    https://www.aes.org/tmpFiles/elib/20210613/4705.pdf
    Of course its always "new"...to audiophiles. :)

    Btw,...
  9. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    That does zero to oppose force. It serves a stiffener to the structure(s). The unconnected drivers have the exact same force cancellation.
    Poor audiophile, its a high school physics thing.
    The...
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    Re: T.H.E. Show 2021 Scheduled

    Very cool. Hopefully some here got to attend.
  11. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    Prehistoric, like early 90s
    https://us.kef.com/pub/media/pdf/Reference_Series_Model_103_4_r.pdf
  12. Re: How Force Cancelling Driver Technology Eliminates Cabinet Vibrations

    No sir. The physics is exactly the same. The opposing driver forces cancel. There is no "rear wave cancellation". The drivers are IN phase.
    This is an ancient concept. I still have a late 90s...
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    Re: Jay's Audio Journey

    That's precisely what makes it so entertaining, all the elements on an audiophile drama. While you're having fun!
    Enjoy yourself.

    cheers,

    AJ
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    Re: Jay's Audio Journey

    Leading contender for Thread of the Year IMO. Bravo Jay.
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    Re: Florida Audio Expo

    That or Jason tried to find the elevators after several rounds at the bar
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    Re: vapor audio joule blacks

    A local Suncoast Audio Society member had a pair of the "White" versions (same tweet and woofer, ceramic mid) in a truly dedicated listening room - literally separate structure from house.
    The club...
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    Re: MQA: That Sounds Good. To Me.

    Does seem its fate is tied to Tidal and this certainly wont help adoption on other platforms.
    Btw, Neil Young is cranky. Just happens to be right on this one. :happy:

    cheers,

    AJ
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    Re: MQA: That Sounds Good. To Me.

    Thats a default for the technically illiterate, not a choice. However, why shouldn't they listen to what they prefer, in this case a healthy dose of unauthentic aliasing distortion added, if that's...
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    Re: MQA: That Sounds Good. To Me.

    Surprised Youtube hasn't taken down the video, its a scorcher 😊.
    MQAs lawyers must be working furiously, Tidal did immediately yank the tracks.
    Funny stuff. ;)
  20. Re: Courier service or alternative to FedEx/UPS to deliver speakers.....

    Yes that's who I use. Never had an issue, unlike speakersdestroyerinc Fedex and UPS
    Pilot Freight Services | Global Shipping Transportation and Logistics Solutions
  21. Re: The Intellectual People Podcast - Amir from Audio Science Review (ASR)

    Speakers yes absolutely. Components, etc, no absolutely not. Those would be easily performed.


    If by other influences you mean sight, belief, price, knowledge, etc. then yes.
    A DB listening test...
  22. Re: The Intellectual People Podcast - Amir from Audio Science Review (ASR)

    That is precisely, by definition, what a controlled/blind listening test is...and why it is the de facto standard of all audio/perceptual science. Ears/brain determine what sounds good via music.

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  23. Re: The Intellectual People Podcast - Amir from Audio Science Review (ASR)

    Why John Atkinson Believes Measurements Matter | Stereophile.com
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    Re: Hello from SC...

    Welcome. May have better luck on the diyaudio.com amp forum imo
  25. Re: The Intellectual People Podcast - Amir from Audio Science Review (ASR)

    Yep. To say personal sighted experience preferences with speakers can vary quite a bit (vs "trust ears/just listening") might be understating things.
    Audio Musings by Sean Olive: The Dishonesty of...
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