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Old 8th January 2008, 12:26 AM   #11
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I saw. Part of my post was edited, maybe put in OT.
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Old 8th January 2008, 12:35 AM   #12
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It is curious how certain members of privilege seem to get away with inuendo if not outright violations of board policies that other non-privileged members are chastized/banned/castigated for...

But then, compensation for all the work done needs to be addressed, eh?
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Old 8th January 2008, 12:38 AM   #13
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Part of my post was edited, maybe put in OT.
John, as policy, moderators do NOT edit member's posts except by request and to remove profanity, links to Bad Stuff, and the like. Post can and do get moved when threads are split, so my guess is that it's just hanging out elsewhere.

(NB: We sometimes do trash posts which are patently offensive, which I sincerely doubt yours was, but never, never, ever edit posts to change their content except as above. I did that once, as a new moderator, and was slapped around pretty thoroughly for doing so)
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John, as policy, moderators do NOT edit member's posts except by request and to remove profanity, links to Bad Stuff, and the like.

Hi Sy,
The first part of my post #7 is missing. It was concerning the Enabl process and contained no offensive material.
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Old 8th January 2008, 12:54 AM   #15
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I'll check into that. If so, that's just plain wrong. Maybe one of the new guys got too enthusiastic and will have to go through the same reaming as I did- if so, apologies from the moderator group.
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Old 8th January 2008, 12:56 AM   #16
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I'll check into that.

Hi,
It's no big deal to me. My comment wasn't thread related anyway.
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Old 8th January 2008, 03:04 AM   #17
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You will probably remove this post and ban me, but this absoultely reeks of conflict of interest. You are a moderator shilling a product that you have for sale (Yes, I saw the price of your drivers prior to your edit, which does not show up probably because you are a mod). What happened to global moderation here?
That post was not edited it is still here... but you are right i should have taken that part off-line... my apologies ... it was a legitimate answer to a legitimate question thou.

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Old 10th January 2008, 11:19 AM   #18
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Hi,

FWIW I'm extremely bored with the lack of science applied to "EnABL".

The original article is a complete travesty of rational methodology and
is in its entirety complete BS. The guy has no idea what he is talking
about and completely no understanding of what is going on.

Note that for a patent the only thing you patent is how you do it.
Whether is does what you say it does, or works the way you claim,
is completely irrelevant and ignored in the patent application.

Which is why some BS's love quoting their patent as though its fact ........

Note that I am not saying the process does not work or do something
useful. What I am saying is the adherents have no idea of the real
issues involved, how to optimise the process for a particular driver
or predict under what circumstances it is a complete waste of time.

What one can say is the worse the driver the more likely it is to
improve it and for full range drivers it is likely to make them better.

The more fanciful claims of ubiquitous perfection of any driver,
(rapidly contradicted), elimination of cabinet diffraction effects
and such like are exactly that, fantasy.

I don't mind it too much if it sticks to the FR forum, cannot do that
much harm and most of the time will do some good, or is suggested
for messing about with cheaper paper drivers used in speakers
with minimal crossovers.

But if some zealots start suggesting its applicable to all speakers
regardless of quality or design then I'm going to get stroppy.

Sadly the main problem with "EnABL" is its deluded originator.
Rationalisation of the process, what it actually does and why, and
therefore under what circumstances would it be useful and to what
extent it should be applied is sadly not on the cards .....

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