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destroyer X 9th March 2005 12:44 PM

Class D is nonaudiophile, not hi fi system, they are saying that!
 
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I was searching forums, and surfing the WEB and could see people that wrote that class D is not a serious audiophile system.

My God!

What happened with those guys when they born?... do you think they hit the head on floor or something alike?

Some loss of Oxigen when borning.

Some crazy nurse tried to kill them closing nose and mouth!

Or they had some enormous problem, as some nuclear bomb exploding near them?

Are those guys rigth?


See my genuine, real and full of hi fidelity expression when i read those things.

regards,

Carlos

destroyer X 9th March 2005 12:48 PM

And the guys that said that, are not stupid guys, some of them respectable!
 
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I turn more shocked!

Carlos

destroyer X 9th March 2005 12:49 PM

And i could see people that read that and said nothing!
 
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They accepted that as a true!

My God!

Carlos

MikeB 9th March 2005 01:00 PM

But it was true !

Early ClassD were only suitable for subwoofers, with this
handicap they were born, now they have to fight to be accepted,
now that they can be audiophile !

Mike

speaker 9th March 2005 01:05 PM

Re: Class D is nonaudiophile, not hi fi system, they are saying that!
 
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Originally posted by destroyer X
I was searching forums, and surfing the WEB and could see people that wrote that class D is not a serious audiophile system.


The class-D & hybrid movement overall seems to be growing at an exponential rate and I believe that as it continues to gain momentum, it will pick up adherents quite fast.

One year ago, I would not have said that. Today is a different story. Some very serious players on the chip & hardware side are involved with this technology and the latest generation of products are startling in how good they perform.

I believe we are seeing a dramatic reset on what it costs to build a high quality amplifier. To the hobbyist, that is a great thing. Never forget, "audiophile" is in the eyes of the beholder and it takes time for people to embrace new ideas and abandon the old.

speaker

destroyer X 9th March 2005 01:06 PM

Oh my God!...not this German, this guy is clever...my God!
 
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The world lost the track!....may be the end of the world.

This man is one of the best German computer Programmers, not a common man!

This is serious!

Carlos

destroyer X 9th March 2005 01:08 PM

Speaker, thanks, but this is so shocking, how deer them?
 
My God!....non audiophile, non serious listener.....my God!

Carlos

speaker 9th March 2005 01:09 PM

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Originally posted by MikeB
But it was true !

Early ClassD were only suitable for subwoofers,

Mike

Just a short decade ago, now they gain acceptance as fullrange. In 3 years, there will be no question at all.

speaker

speaker 9th March 2005 01:12 PM

Re: Speaker, thanks, but this is so shocking, how deer them?
 
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Originally posted by destroyer X
My God!....non audiophile, non serious listener.....my God!

Carlos


There is a place for them too. The uneducated can become the passionate user when shown the way & the path.

This debate is healthy & challenges your assumptions. Tubes vs. transistors will continue to rage & perhaps evolve to tubes vs. hybrids. Not a bad thing, everyone wins. A decade ago, who would have thought you could buy new, mesh plate 300B's as you can today. Everything good springs from spirited debate.

speaker

destroyer X 9th March 2005 01:19 PM

Yes, and to make fun and have fun too Speaker.
 
hehe.... i do not care related what they said.... i am not satisfied because they did not even heard to evaluate and go talking alike parrots.

Carlos


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