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Old 5th September 2001, 12:15 AM   #1
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Has any one here tryed to ajust the purity of oxygen within there listening room enviroment to get a better 'sound' ?
Maybe better highs?

Or what about changing/introducing other gases, nitrogen? carbon dioxide? propane? laughing gas? what about smoke?

This could be a new area of experimentation for you guys.


Also any success on balancing ones house on cones? i wanna try this to isolate my equipment from earths day-to-day tremors, they upset my amps tonal balance.
 
Old 5th September 2001, 01:02 AM   #2
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Helix

If you cannot add sensible posts, I suggest you leave this forum. Perhaps you ought to try the Audio Asylum instead.

http://www.audioasylum.com/index.html

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Old 5th September 2001, 01:25 AM   #3
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But [i think Samuel Jayaraj told me to...] "remember that music is an "electro-mechanical shock wave" and not merely an electrical signal".

So, why not?


It is also well known that the permittivity of free space could affect electronic equipment so perhaps this could be changed or it will indeed affect stray capacitance.
 
Old 5th September 2001, 06:14 PM   #4
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What a shame... up until now everyone on this forum has been very open minded and supportive. I agree with Geoff.
 
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I think that British humour is definitely inaccessible to those who aren't subjects of Her Majesty The Queen.

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Old 5th September 2001, 09:52 PM   #6
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Perhaps Helix could strap a rocket to his butt and tell us how his electrons sound in the vacumn of space. How about it Helix(do you need a lite)
 
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Let up...if he hasn't got the idea yet, he isn't going to.

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Old 5th September 2001, 10:34 PM   #8
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hey, there is no need to be rude.

I have tryed some of the above today, and i think that this is a new area of discovery.

Maybe, if you cannot hear any diffrence, your hearing needs to be checked, or perhaps [to quote GRollins, even though i do not agree with the term..]"your system isn't of sufficient resolution to let you hear a difference".
 
Old 5th September 2001, 11:47 PM   #9
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Talking to Geoff

another thing, Geoff, i was just trying to follow the 'Beginnerís Guide to Audio Bulletin Boards' as seen on your website. So don't complain
 
Old 6th September 2001, 12:00 AM   #10
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He's just goading you, folks. Best to ignore him.
 

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