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Old 11th February 2013, 06:16 AM   #34791
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I know this is falling on deaf ears but just see how long you could offer a Coke power amp before the lawyers show up. Unfortunately trademark law puts you in a difficult position. I had a trademark stolen from me simply because I could not afford to defend it, regardless of my legitimate claim. The "system" is rigged for the rich guys.
Ultimately it's rigged for the !@#$% lawyers.

Coke would have a case under "dilution," seeing as most everyone on the planet knows Coke, which makes it a "famous mark." Monster has used this same "dilution" theory in most all of their cases, though no court has ever ruled that "Monster" is a "famous mark" for Monster Cable. Nor would they ever likely receive such a ruling as there are a bazillion non-Monster Cable trademarks out there using the word "Monster."

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Old 11th February 2013, 07:53 AM   #34792
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The super-villans (lawyers) have found a way to own all the superheroes.
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"SUPER HEROES" is a trademark co-owned by DC Comics and Marvel Comics.
So if I trademark "Satan" will he do my bidding... might have been beaten to that methinks.
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Old 11th February 2013, 11:47 AM   #34793
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I know this is falling on deaf ears but just see how long you could offer a Coke power amp before the lawyers show up. Unfortunately trademark law puts you in a difficult position. I had a trademark stolen from me simply because I could not afford to defend it, regardless of my legitimate claim. The "system" is rigged for the rich guys.
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Old 11th February 2013, 12:36 PM   #34794
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You can also use this for more general stuff, they use it where |I am working at the moment, and also the fancier stuff shown earlier, its very educational for me:
Head and Torso Simulator (HATS) - Brel & Kjr

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Old 11th February 2013, 12:39 PM   #34795
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Yeah if you used the Coke name for your headphiones you could market them as cans...
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Old 11th February 2013, 01:35 PM   #34796
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You did the vaguely described "experiments", so you're the one who has to answer that.
The 'experiment' has been conducted on several normal hi-fi systems, and consists of fitting ferrites to power and/or signal and/or speaker cables.
In each case I get the same sonic change when fitted with detachable ferrite 'inteference stoppers'...nasty highs, shouty mids, boomy bass.
Stuart, please enlighten me why this should be so....this is your quote "Where would you get that curious (and totally incorrect) idea?".

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Old 11th February 2013, 02:03 PM   #34797
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The "system" is rigged for the rich guys.
Mr Martin,

where lies the crossover point, in terms of wealth, in your opinion ?
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Old 11th February 2013, 02:06 PM   #34798
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The 'experiment' has been conducted on several normal hi-fi systems, and consists of fitting ferrites to power and/or signal and/or speaker cables.
In each case I get the same sonic change when fitted with detachable ferrite 'inteference stoppers'...nasty highs, shouty mids, boomy bass.
Stuart, please enlighten me why this should be so....
Typically, when I run into a problem, I break out my multimeter, my scope, a spectrum analyzer, and a signal generator and start getting data. Without data, you're shooting in the dark, and I can't really do any better from 12,000 miles away.
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Old 11th February 2013, 02:36 PM   #34799
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Until you can auto EQ them to flat as I described. Try this approach to an age old problem... trying to get a flat response. It works ! And now its easy and cheap to do, as well.

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But this would give a correct EQ for circumaural phones only, no ?
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Old 11th February 2013, 03:09 PM   #34800
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I would love to see some real data regarding ferrites and audio, also ferrites are designed for different frequency ranges (generaly used to solve problems with quite narrow range of frequencies, and all in the MHz), and often used to stop equipement transmitting signals into the ether via them nasty cables.
Though if I remember rightly standard ferrites were canned by the audio press, but Audioquests RF stoppers were deemed OK (these cost about a zillion times the cost of standard ferrites).
If people near you are using power line communications then ferrites can help limit this mains borne EMC from entering your system.
As said I would like to see some empirical data on ferrites and audio, and for different types ad frequency range of ferrites, because I wonder whether this is another overrated problem like "skin effect" at audio frequencies...
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