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"Free sound improving techniques"

Reply #25
Just don't ask me to convert it into those absurd american measurements (it's a complete mistery to me how a nation that endorses such fantastic and utterly incoherent units of measurement managed to put a man on the moon!)

Let us not forget that a Mars probe crashed and burned because of an error in converting to or from metric units (something like how many slugs are there in a killogram).

"Free sound improving techniques"

Reply #26
I did further research based on Peter W. Belt's pioneering work and discovered that the fidelity of a DAP can be vastly improved* by placing it upon a piece of cheese cake, like this picture shows:

Just what I needed, a craving for cheese cake. Thanks a lot.

I've had a few "exchanges" with May Belt on a few forums. I am on the fence as to whether or not they drank the koolaide or are just selling it. I suppose they really could be that dumb.

"Free sound improving techniques"

Reply #27
Just don't ask me to convert it into those absurd american measurements
Thank you for calling them American measurements. Some Americans call them British measurements - but most of us don't use them any more! Someone should tell Microsoft.

Is there an IP Board software update to enable the uploading of cake? I assume you'd have to be a member and logged in to download it though - wouldn't want this to get out of hand.

Cheers,
David.

"Free sound improving techniques"

Reply #28
I think the risk of clogging the series of tubes is too high to justify cake uploading. :\

It's a shame, because it might allow us to produce a sliding scale of foodstuffs. Does music become worse when a device is placed upon broccoli or asparagus? Will expensive equipment benefit more from a bed of caviar? Does the oil quality of fried products influence the fatness of bass?

Important questions at which those of us with a proper scientific mindset should not scoff!

"Free sound improving techniques"

Reply #29
I think the risk of clogging the series of tubes is too high to justify cake uploading. :\


Fot that reason you should use a tube amp before uploading instead: It'll preserve the warm sensation on your palatine better than digital switches or routers (keep in mind the raggedness of digitized cake!-)

 
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