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Re: Another audiophile "expert"

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$10,000+ for a $8 vinyl.   :))
EZ CD Audio Converter


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The switch is cute: $680 for an audiophile 4-port 1G network switch. It even sports an SFP port to go optical; all in the name of sound quality.
And everything sounds different, and of course the more-money-for-more-equipment route surprisingly is supposed to sound bettter.

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Any music company that tries to improve "inherent networking flaws" is outrageous to me. People do not understand that any signal weaknesses result in reduced speed, not faulty data. Nothing is real-time in digital anyway.
And so, with digital, computer was put into place, and all the IT that came with it.

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OMG... hopefully Cisco, Juniper, Extreme, HP, Huawei, IBM, Broadcom, PaloAlto, Brocade... etc. realize how bad their products are and get some professional advice from UpTone.  ;)

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The guy is a joke

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OMG... hopefully Cisco, Juniper, Extreme, HP, Huawei, IBM, Broadcom, PaloAlto, Brocade... etc. realize how bad their products are and get some professional advice from UpTone.  ;)
Not just that, but from what i know, if any of the claims they say were true that would mean that computers wouldnt work at all. I may be wrong tho.
And so, with digital, computer was put into place, and all the IT that came with it.

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I think many of these guys fail to grasp the differences between analogue and digital. If what they suggest were true, powerline adaptors would never work.

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I've found this YT channel of an audiophile "expert": https://www.youtube.com/c/TheHansBeekhuyzenChannel

Two examples:
The magic audiophile switch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io4SDi5hLxs
The audio network filter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDiHFYHKij4

Enjoy :D

It's fascinating how the gentleman in the video, considering his age, talks about improving stereo separation, sibilance or sound relaxation...
And if he didn't perceive it that way himself and has it "second hand", then it's even more fascinating..

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OMG... hopefully Cisco, Juniper, Extreme, HP, Huawei, IBM, Broadcom, PaloAlto, Brocade... etc. realize how bad their products are and get some professional advice from UpTone.  ;)
Not just that, but from what i know, if any of the claims they say were true that would mean that computers wouldnt work at all. I may be wrong tho.

The amount of analog EE that goes inside a modern CPU makes any digital audio transmission look like a kindergartener's first math lesson.

 

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Ugh, i hate how people like that are spreading blatant misinformation, while trying to look all professional...
Random digital audio nerd girl

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Ugh, i hate how people like that are spreading blatant misinformation, while trying to look all professional...
You've just summarised the bulk of social media in one sentence.  The problem is the way GenZ lap it all up without checking its veracity.  Pre-Internet, if somebody wanted to publicise information it cost money to print a book or whatever, and chances are there would be publishers in the loop to perform some kind of verification!
It's your privilege to disagree, but that doesn't make you right and me wrong.

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publisher verification != true information
Please remove my account from this forum.

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I agree, but at least it filters out the trash that's put on-line at no cost!
It's your privilege to disagree, but that doesn't make you right and me wrong.