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Old 3rd November 2013, 08:50 PM   #1
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High Folks!

Adjusting your amplifier with a level balances the sound!
The explanation is simple because it's well known that electrons also follow gravity.
For example, I lifted my home amplifier on the left and the sound became too poor, I lifted it on the right and the sound was getting too rich!
By opening the case I could see that the most copper plane area was on the left side, which clearly proofed this effect.
Next time I can show you how to shield the magnetic earth field from your audio equipment, so stay alerted!
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And when the joint was finally burned up and ashed out.........................
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And when the joint was finally burned up and ashed out.........................
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... while balancing the amplifier, keep in mind that the effective electron mass can be very different, depending on the electrons position in the crystal lattice. Better install at least three different ground planes for heavy, normal and light electrons!

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I spray all of my amps with flat black spraypaint to reduce glare and force them to do pushups to fight flabbiness in the bass...

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Old 3rd November 2013, 10:13 PM   #10
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Forget amplifier level. If this wiseguy was on the level, he'd benefit much more from the psychoacoustic alignment.
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