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Old 21st February 2011, 11:31 PM   #71
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OK, in your oppinion all the communication stuff that uses buffers to combat jitter is marketing?
Yep. And all the ETP copper mains wiring in your home is the same - just marketing fluff - because some vendors in the audio space make crazy claims for 99.9999 OFC copper.
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Old 22nd February 2011, 01:20 AM   #72
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Let's not get there... If you don't know the difference in voltage drop between #10AWG and #14AGW it doesn't mean it doesn't exist. And besides you dind't bring anything to discussion, just a straw man strategy
I think did told you once, I was raised with that, I am immune.

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Let's not get there... If you don't know the difference in voltage drop between #10AWG and #14AGW it doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
I decided to use irony as a different kind of strategy to see if the penny would drop for you. It seems it still hasn't, but never mind. We can't obtain our lightbulb moments to order.

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And besides you dind't bring anything to discution, just a straw man strategy.
I've done a fair bit of explaining where your arguments are flawed. But as you missed it, I'll stop now
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