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Before arriving at that conclusion, wouldn't you want more information? For example, wouldn't you want to make some assessment of his AC power quality? Wouldn't you want to be sure there's nothing defective about the equipment in use? Further, are you suggesting that the entire engineering community agrees with you?
Perhaps if he quantified his statement a different conclusion could be drawn, but he didn't, why? As a member of the engineering community I am saying how we see it.

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Old 04-12-2019, 01:41 PM
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You are quite passionate about your beliefs but they belie the truths. This is not voodoo science it is applied science.

In the real world science has yet to explain everything. It’s good to keep an open mind to things that others experience but may not yet be explained by measurements, and not to be too dismissive of others. To paraphrase Shakespeare, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your science.”
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You may have overlooked that this is the "Friendly Forum for High End Audio." Please consider that as you draft future posts.
So what do you think he was insinuating then? If you are going to be the fora police act equitably.
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Old 04-12-2019, 01:46 PM
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So what do you think he was insinuating then? If you are going to be the fora police act equitably.
I simply made a friendly request. I'm not here to police anything. Please remember that this is "The Friendly Forum for High End Audio." Anyone here is free to disagree with you. That is all.
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In the real world science has yet to explain everything. It’s good to keep an open mind to things that others experience but may not yet be explained by measurements, and not to be too dismissive of others. To paraphrase Shakespeare, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your science.”
In the scope of this topic the science has been explained. Perhaps the technically unaware should keep an open mind to that. It's a two way street, right?
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I simply made a friendly request. I'm not here to police anything. Please remember that this is "The Friendly Forum for High End Audio." Anyone here is free to disagree with you. That is all.
I am saying if you are going to make the assumption start with the preceding post.

Indeed there will be disagreements especially by those that do not understand and that is unfortunate.
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In the scope of this topic the science has been explained. Perhaps the technically unaware should keep an open mind to that. It's a two way street, right?


So then you know for a fact that everything related to power distribution in audio is fully known and explained and therefore any other opinions or experiences are “voodoo” and that’s open minded. Got it.
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So then you know for a fact that everything related to power distribution in audio is fully known and explained and therefore any other opinions or experiences are “voodoo” and that’s open minded. Got it.
Indeed, otherwise the products wouldn't exist. Again, power conditioning is not theoretical science, it is applied.
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Isn't it liberating to have such smart people like Rebel to steer us in the right direction - even though he has never even listened to, tried or experimented with actual applications.
Sheesh....
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Isn't it liberating to have such smart people like Rebel to steer us in the right direction - even though he has never even listened to, tried or experimented with actual applications.
Sheesh....
As opposed to what, self-absorbed elitists that are misleading people into the abyss of audio gospel? Clueless...
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