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Old 27th September 2002, 06:32 AM   #11
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Who said they should benefit anybody? They should be only observed.
By those who aren't able to separate the factual information from the non-factual information? So that they can assume it's factual and pass it along as fact to others who aren't able to separate factual information from non-factual information?

Why do you figure one of the rules here prohibits posting non-factual information?

And by the way, the non-factual information I refer to is only in the sidebar you copied from the Stereophile review. Everything else you've posted is just fine.

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Peter, what circuit did your use for battery opperation? I was thinking about the same for my Zen V4's but found out it's usefull as well for my CDP?
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Old 27th September 2002, 06:35 AM   #13
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I used 2 AA cells in series (3V).
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I used 2 AA cells in series (3V).
Add a 500-1k resistor in series and your batteries will last longer.

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And by the way, the non-factual information I refer to is only in the sidebar you copied from the Stereophile review. Everything else you've posted is just fine.

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So if we here on a forum are not allowed to post non-factual information should a magazine like Stereophile be allowed? It can cause much more damage than this forum.
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Add a 500-1k resistor in series and your batteries will last longer.

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But I will loose some of that brightness that makes my disks sound better.
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Old 27th September 2002, 06:47 AM   #17
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So if we here on a forum are not allowed to post non-factual information should a magazine like Stereophile be allowed? It can cause much more damage than this forum.
So, just because a handful of people read these forums, it's ok to post non-factual information? That's a rather bizarre justification isn't it?

And Stereophile is free to set their standards how they see fit. Just as this place is free to set their standards as they see fit. And unless I'm reading the rules wrong, posting non-factual information isn't considered fit by those who set the standards here.

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Hi Peter,
I a sorry but I can't corroborate your findings.
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posting non-factual information isn't considered fit by those who set the standards here.

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Let's define the term "non-factual information", so we all know what we are talking about here.
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Question By those who aren't able to separate the factual information from the non-factual inf

Can you tell us what part of the posted review was non-factual.

Is it non-factual that it was a review? I don't see anything about Scull saying what the equipment sounded like.

Is it non-factual that a blue laser or LED can cause optical noise or some other difference in how the laser reads the CD?

Why does a non tweak company like magnavox put a green LED in thier player?

Will eggs not move in a carton if you shake them hard enough?

Please clear this up as I can not tell exactly what you are specifically refering to.

Is dither non-factual?

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