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Old 12th September 2012, 09:52 PM   #521
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No, she talked about a mix of to be certain and to be safe. Typical female fuzzy thinking i guess.
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Old 12th September 2012, 10:06 PM   #522
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Subjective reality. It is the basis for a great deal of the well constructed(in opinion) ideas that shape our modern society.
Yes, and what's more, it also finds its way into politics, where wrong (in the sense of not based on reality and facts) opinions can be quite costly to society.

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Old 12th September 2012, 10:23 PM   #523
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Politics. Makes me shiver.
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Old 12th September 2012, 10:43 PM   #524
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Subjective reality. It is the basis for a great deal of the well constructed(in opinion) ideas that shape our modern society.
Subjective reality is the reason Bayesian Statistics were developed -- putting a spin on rho!

Back to the VinylTrak article - in his book "Power Amplifiers" he discussed alternative front end arrangements to help with the drought of P-Channel JFETs -- and in this article he shows a nice discrete implementation.
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Old 12th September 2012, 10:46 PM   #525
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At the price of 6dB more noise as a parallel symmetric arrangement with the same amount of input devices.
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Old 12th September 2012, 10:55 PM   #526
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In a sense, people construct their own personal truth and it is not necessary for this truth to be rooted in reality.
Enough to give DIY a bad name. Almost.
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Old 13th September 2012, 01:14 AM   #527
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No, when you do something for yourself it does not matter. Selling wrong information though does matter, in a bad way.
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Old 13th September 2012, 02:55 PM   #528
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In this masterclass I explain that slew rate has nothing to do with feedback, and that phase shift is not the same as delay.
But it is sometimes frustrating, especially when you sense that it is not that they are incapable of understanding it, no, its because they REFUSE to understand it; they are ONLY interested in repeating their particular opinion and confuse that with facts.
Ahh, the vices of a post-fact society ;-)

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Yes, that is frustrating! I had that exact argument with someone over delay vs. phase shift not too long ago. I have to pick up that book recommendation on our post-fact soceity. I have to deal with this at work sometimes.

Well, my birthday is next month, but a very good friend knew just what to get me. He ordered volume 4 for me. The perfect gift!
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Jan:
Just got issue 4. Each gets better and better; how long can you keep that up?


Bob Cordell:
I especially enjoyed your RIAA preamp article and look forward to the supplemental info.
(poke, poke ).
My next one will definitely use this architecture. Are you planning to start a topic for VinylTrak? (Dick Marsh has one going for his clever headphone amp from issue 3).

Good job guys!

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Just got issue 4. Each gets better and better; how long can you keep that up?
If you're within reach of the northern part of Illinois, you can ask Jan that in person next month.
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