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Old 18th March 2008, 12:37 AM   #3021
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Default six of one and a half dozen of the other...

Bud while I really do like the sound of this suggestion of yours I think that technically it is the wrong thing to do. The equation that proves this is to long and complex for me to post here so you will have to trust me. Oh no, that does not work either. What shall we do? Someone save us. It seems impossible to divide the two camps. Who knows? Try it and see, no that just gets us back to where we started! Oh my I think that I need another beer.
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Old 18th March 2008, 01:57 AM   #3022
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Hardly a landslide.
Good thing it's not a competition.

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...probably on the order of how many people have heard your loudspeakers.
Does not help no matter how good you felt typing it.

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We are discussing the logistics of two threads in the back room. How 'bout we all take a rest until the mods decide.

Unless of course you have something so valuable that it can't wait.
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Old 18th March 2008, 02:08 AM   #3023
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I have had it suggested to me that we split this thread at this point. This thread to remain the Quantitative based test and science oriented thread it has become. The new thread to be devoted to applications, subjective reports, DIY enthusiasms, unscientific and non rigorous questions and answers. Basically a Qualitative version of a nut's and bolt's of EnABL.

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This split would require that only subjective posts and informational posts are allowed on the new thread, though certainly posts with links to the Quantitative thread would be allowed. Comments?

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G'day Bud,

Great idea!

I think the tone of the new thread has to be one of open minded collaboration, sharing and respect - which should be very clearly stated in the first post.
I'm all for this because I feel that a lot of my practical contributions have been swamped by page after page of squabble and detailed scientific argument.

There is definitely a need for the 'science of EnABL' to be vigorously tested, argued and debated.
However, I think the majority of people are interested in discovering practical ways to maximise their listening enjoyment.

Perhaps it could be called something like 'Practical EnABL Processes' ?

Cheers,

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Old 18th March 2008, 04:22 AM   #3024
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Alex,

As mentioned, we are discussing it. Let's give this a few hours.
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Old 18th March 2008, 09:16 AM   #3025
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In the most optimistic scenario enable is going to make some change to a speaker in your living room. If you find yourself distracted at work thinking about important points you need to make about enable/this thread/the splitting of this thread, do yourself a favor and call your kids or buy your wife flowers because you are losing perspective.

I know that sounds like I'm a total jerk, and it seems all I do is grump lately but after following this and the ariel thread for a year I hardly recognize this place. On the other hand I have to congratulate anyone who has every other part of their life so worked out they can think this argument is a big deal.
 
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As mentioned, we are discussing it. Let's give this a few hours.
Sounds like it's time to form a committee to discuss the advantageous and adverse aspects of online forum moderation evaluation and discussion criteria... "so tell us, how do you REALLY feel about this topic of discussion " ...

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I think I have expressed my opinions as best I can so perhaps I will step back and just watch from this point unless there is concern in what I wrote.
I see you're also ^^^ unable to follow your own words

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Old 18th March 2008, 02:35 PM   #3027
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Does writing that make you feel better John?
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Old 18th March 2008, 02:48 PM   #3028
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Default feelings

Since this whole thread is about feelings... yes it does, thank you

certainly better than watching my stock portfolio...

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Old 18th March 2008, 03:56 PM   #3029
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Since this whole thread is about feelings... yes it does, thank you

certainly better than watching my stock portfolio...

John L.
Perhaps your stock portfolio was not objectively measured correctly.

Please Bud, separate the objective from the subjective.
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Old 18th March 2008, 05:12 PM   #3030
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Default Captian Kirk....

remember when Kirk was split in two, half pure good and half pure evil? Well can you really split something like this in two? Don't you need both sides to make a whole?
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