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Old 7th November 2002, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Info on Bybee Quantum Purifiers needed

Somebody mentioned it in a review and I'm curious what it is.
Any links?
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Old 7th November 2002, 10:39 PM   #2
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They've got a website at www.bybeetech.com. Hilarious. I hope he's making a killing vacuuming out the pockets of the gullible. There are too many stupid people with money these days and he's doing his part to change that.
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Old 7th November 2002, 10:51 PM   #3
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Talking Are you trying to get something started here?

google gave

1st hit - http://www.bybeetech.com - on the page was "prepare to be amazed"

2nd hit http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazin...0702/bybee.htm

3rd Hit: "relief from horniness" http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazin...ikertdb100.htm

Kinda catchy I thought -

Now which hit do you think I went to first?


Ah peter - you are never boring!

Ken

PS You going to buy some of these and let us know??

If you get relief from horniness, I mean?
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Old 7th November 2002, 11:03 PM   #4
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I love that second link- these are made from materials that are CLASSIFIED! He's a braver man than I gave him credit for, risking life in a Federal penitentiary to bring greater audio purity to the world.
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Old 7th November 2002, 11:06 PM   #5
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Thanks, that was a quick response. In the links I did not see pricing but an upgrade to Gainclone was $500.
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Old 7th November 2002, 11:44 PM   #6
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brain.....exploding.

I may not be the highest end audiphile, but can I tell you these cannot be as good as my snake-oil infused interconnects.



Man, its like the guy isn't even trying. The engergy required to effect measureable phonons within copper would be a lot. A whole heck of a lot more than are possible with any amp we could get out hands on. Besides, a non-latice structure is pretty much imune. Now this off course assumes that we could even hear it. Looking at a driver the wrong way would have more effect on the sound.
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Old 8th November 2002, 12:13 AM   #7
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Default Bybee - Big Claims But Probably True.....

I have been using something with similar effect for years.
I have tried using samples of superconducting material but it did not like the sound imparted.
In a DSP AD/DA box belonging to my cousin, we set it into sig gen mode and had a look (CRO) at the staircase waveform out of the DAC.
The horizontal sections of the waveform had a randomish noise superimposed without the 'stuff' and an ordered noise with the 'stuff'.
On listening to white noise (preamp hiss or FM hiss) the nature of this noise changes subtley and becomes rather easier on the ear.
On music program the effect is a nice cleaning of the sound, more friendly and involving, nicer detail, and ability to run a given system harder before getting nasty.
This works for me on modern shelf systems, component hifi, pub PA systems, and even on a 20,000 audience PA system when placed on the multicore and power feeds.
Interestingly the effect is not immediate - it takes a couple of seconds to kick in, and a couple of seconds to disappear when the 'stuff' is removed.
Placing the 'stuff' on transformers, components, cabinets, cables, AC cords, speaker magnets all have this effect.

Colleages who have heard the effect all remark 'Put it back' when shown in A/B testing, and 'more analogue'.
I now can't be bothered listening without it.

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Old 8th November 2002, 12:36 AM   #8
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Jack is quite at peace with the reality that the "you can't hear it if I can't measure it" and "if it's not in my college physics book, it's not true" types who haunt the Internet forums will most likely reject the Quantum Purifiers without trying them, and possibly even after trying them. The closed mind is mightier than the ear, I suppose. In this writer's opinion, anyone who can't hear the musical benefits of this technology is barking up the wrong hobby.
I love this - the typical "If you can't hear it, then you don't know what you are doing".

Double blind, anyone?
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Old 8th November 2002, 12:42 AM   #9
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I'm not sure what the term "near-superconducting" means, though Bybee throws it around a lot. I'd guess that he doesn't know what it means, either, but figured it sounded cool.

BTW, a quick search of the USPTO indicated that he's never gotten a patent in the field of conductive materials- or for anything else, either. Hmmm. Even a dummy like me was able to squeeze out half a dozen or so during my defense industry years.
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Old 8th November 2002, 12:51 AM   #10
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Default RESISTANCE TO PROGRESS?

Hi guys,

Where to start?

Didn't you all have the same dismissive attitude when OFC cables were introduced?

I know I had.

Didn't you all have the same dismissive attitude when cryo treatment was introduced?

I know I had.

Didn't you all have the same dismissive attitude when silver cables were introduced?

I know I had.

Didn't you all have the same dismissive attitude when CD-players were introduced?

I know I had.

Didn't you all have the same dismissive attitude when component isolation was introduced?

I know I had.

Didn't you all have the same dismissive attitude when you were told to forget that suspended TT deck and go for high mass unsuspended one?

Ok.You got me,I knew that last one all along.

Point is I know this to work and susprisingly well to boot.

I also know why it works,forgive me for saying so but quantum physics IS physics much the same as you have algebra and abstract math,much the same as you have organic and anorganic chemistry.
Much the same as you have flatearthers too.

Is it worth the expense?
I'ld consider it were my system CD based and I'm sure I had it to it's full potential maxed and squared.
Do I know ways to design in such a way as to not need it to get the same results?

I might.

Main question is are the claims valid?

ABSOLUTELY.

Last question: what is the biggest problem for a scientist?

A:His environment and all the prejudice that goes with it.

ROTMFLAO....

Peter:try before you buy.

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