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RichP714 last won the day on August 24 2020

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  1. Lucifer Explained: The Origin and Meaning Behind this Fallen Angel
  2. Too Much? is.........
  3. "There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution." ~John Adams
  4. Fantastic speakers, now in their fourth iteration. This model is well worth upgrading with crites tweeters and being converted to an active crossover (rebuilding the passive crossover by eliminating it and using an active one) I can vouch for the rope caulk trick (I used Dynamat) for even better clarity at high volume. These aren't a 'you are there' speaker, they are a 'they are here' speaker.
  5. “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities” ~ Voltaire
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  7. This is confusing to me because the data structure for standard CD audio compact discs IS redbook..... as for SACD, much has to do with the master tapes; if they were digital (remember when most mixing boards switched to ADC from analog, back in the late 80's or so), then they have that redbook brick wall filter eliminating any content over 44.1kHz; re-mastering and re-pressing that content onto SACD will NOT restore any content above 44.1kHz; it's just not on the master anymore.
  8. That would be great, IF the tracks are level matched within 1/4 dB and from the same master (and the master is 92/24) btw, most of the evaluations I've read about that could repeatedly discern a difference came down to artifacts belying the source type; i.e., the type of dithering used can have artifacts that can be taught how to listen for, and observers could identify a medium by its artifact signature just a bit more accurately than would happen by random chance. In my opinion, that's not an objective evaluation of sound quality, it's rather a learned response to different art
  9. I don't know how to tell for certain; too bad digital files don't seem to have a header for information; that could replace liner notes and album art, and give info re mastering. ALl I know is that some of the early hi def files were mastered from Redbook CD, and even though there was NO additional content beyond the brick wall filter, many people STILL heard an improvement. Thaqt reminds me off the double blind evaluation of speaker wire that also had a sample using coat hangars for wire, and the coat hangers were preferred by many listeners
  10. One thing to wAtch out for is re-mastering of the original to the individual formats; it's impossible to discern whether a noted difference is due to the playbqack technology or the re-mastering of the original (you've experienced a bit of this already, when you noted differences in playback level). Conversely, if the original is only available at bitrate X, then even higher bitrate playback will be limited to the original bitrate. Those two things make it impossible for a consumer to make an accurate appraisal of each format. The MOST accurate comparison I'
  11. Just when we got used to the fact that Polar bear fur is NOT white (it's clear), now this: https://www.aao.org/eye-health/tips-prevention/your-blue-eyes-arent-really-blue
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