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Old 10th July 2012, 06:41 PM   #4791
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You mean perfect?
 
Old 10th July 2012, 06:58 PM   #4792
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You mean perfect?
Nothing is perfect. They got it right to the degree that their published specs show - and people listening to the amps can hear. Good enough for me. If you want to call a spade a forklift in your own terminology, feel free - but don't expect anyone else to agree or understand.
 
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Nothing is perfect. They got it right to the degree that their published specs show - and people listening to the amps can hear. Good enough for me. If you want to call a spade a forklift in your own terminology, feel free - but don't expect anyone else to agree or understand.
"Right to the degree"? That's vague fudge language that avoids real communication.

For instance, do those purported listeners know how a "righter" amp sounds to be able to say "right," which is a comparative term?

Here's my point. If comparator timing is imperfect, it can be improved. Same with forklifts. I hate badly timed forklifts.

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For instance, do those purported listeners know how a "righter" amp sounds to be able to say "right," which is a comparative term?
Can I have some of whatever you are smoking?
 
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You mean logic? That only comes through work.
 
Old 10th July 2012, 07:14 PM   #4796
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I hate badly timed forklifts.
I hate forklifts that violate the laws of quantum physics, for example those trying to occupy the same space at the same time.



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I hate forklifts that violate the laws of quantum physics, for example those trying to occupy the same space at the same time.



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I can hear them coming. But I don't want to lose my point in the semantic detour. Comparator (forklift) timing is imperfect, but how imperfect is it? Would a dedicated shunt, fed by dedicated series reg, fed by a transformer not clear up some ground bounce and other power supply artifacts affecting the timing of that delicate process? I think yes. Would that be audible? I think yes. Those are my hunches. I've yet to see evidence or reasoning that would suggest otherwise.
 
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Indeed. I guess I forgot rule #1: DNFTT.
 
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