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It's ok guys, I got this.Just submitted 12 random (or maybe not???) poll replies, using the Head-fi and reddit polls.Greasemonkey (and a set of proxys) to the rescue!Will automate to do more @ random times.Neb90 on reddit
What are you trying to test with the data?
If that is the case then we're looking at a TOS #14 violation and the link to his external poll (if not the entire discussion) goes poof.
This survey belongs on head-fi or some other placebophile forum. I don't believe that anyone on HA is actually going to believe there is much of a difference, if any in a DAC.
Quote from: apastuszak on 20 March, 2017, 09:08:27 PMThis survey belongs on head-fi or some other placebophile forum. I don't believe that anyone on HA is actually going to believe there is much of a difference, if any in a DAC.So far I have 13 responses from here. I'm not sure how seriously people answered it but the average % for the for each option is ~20%. The first question results looks similar to that of r/audiophile except everything is a slightly lower %.
Why do you have the need to be so hostile and harm the guy's research? Sometimes I don't understand this place.
This survey is referring to DACs which are functioning and are of a somewhat reasonable design, eg functioning as intended (working, no oscillations, reasonably flat frequency response, not ultra-high distortion).
Noise can be audible in otherwise good sound devices when nothing is playing.