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Old 28th November 2002, 11:35 AM   #11
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And green is best for ground, It helps immensely in reducing ground loops because, as we all know then color green is very straight on the molecular level thus making the loops straight and thus eliminating them
Actually for the ground you must use a wire that has two colours which need to be complimentary to the plus and minus wire colours otherwise you will not be optimal for the return currents and imbalance will occur. Common mistake.

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PS. Having a light in the enclosure can be very good but I once took a 100 W bulb and blinded my signal so that it actually never came out. Be careful and use just the right light intensity so that it is comfortable but not too bright for the electrons.
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I installed a lightbulb inside my amplifier and speaker cabinet so the electrons can see where they are going. The result is a much brighter sound
NO, NO, NO, you are just confusing them with all the different frequencies of light!

What you need is 3 tuneable lasers with light pipes surrounding each wire. This will allow you to tailor the frequency response of each laser to the exitation frequency of the colour of the sheath, causing the electrons in the sheath to bounce around madly. This will stop the needed electrons in the cable from getting into the insulation, and keep them on the right path.

However, this now means I have to use blue wire for my negative rails, as when I used black, the military surplus UV laser I used took out my amp, walls, and fence outside, as well as half the block!
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Old 28th November 2002, 12:26 PM   #14
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Cotton can do for most of us.
The sound you get, is somewhat less plastic and more soft.

For REAL high end, with a smooth, warm and rich upper rolloff,
there is only one thing:
HAND-WOVEN NATURE SILK
No, no, silk is over-rated. Cotton is at least as good, but make
sure you get ecological cotton which is non-toxic, or the electrons
will show sub-optimal performance.
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Old 29th November 2002, 12:51 AM   #15
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Default Coloured Sonics.....

Dyes used to colour insulation affect the dielectric properties.
Different dielectric properties affect sonics.
Avoid dyes containing Cadmium.
Chromium dioxide pigment sounds good.

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Old 29th November 2002, 12:59 AM   #16
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Hi,

Think none of them were seroius about this anyways.

Little do they know that chemicals do affect sonics as do plastic polymers in general.
They probably never heard about fluorines,they don't know about field effects,they are in general ignorant about anything.

But I forgive them,
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What about cables without insulation ? Do I have to shine a blue LED on them ?
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,they are in general ignorant about anything.
Just because we were having some fun doesn't require personal insults, Frank, I think an apology is in order...
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How dare you to beg an apology from our Frank ?
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Default But I forgive them......Why ?.

and "None so blind as those that will not see" and "None so deaf as those who will not listen"
Idiots and stupidity

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