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In Reply to: RE: Sorry, but I'm not going to waste much more time... posted by E-Stat on July 08, 2017 at 15:17:40
If not interested in learning, then obviously you're wasting your time. :)
You still can't get past the A+B vs A+B premise/comparison? My goodness.
The voltage source removes the "+" from that comparison. So, you do actually have an A OR B comparison even though connected to a common source. I'm not sure how much simpler I can explain it to your feeble brain. The voltage source becomes the buffer between the two (A or B) interconnect evaluations.
This really is BASIC electronic stuff. :) I've been working in the electronic instrumentation world for many years and this is bread and butter.
I confess that I'm not surprised you remain incapable of answering simple questions. Multiple times.
This really is BASIC electronic stuff.
Second logic fallacy: appeal to authority
Obviously, with zero content to support it - because there is none.
I've been working in the electronic instrumentation world for many years and this is bread and butter.
Hopefully I never purchase any electronic device where the designer doesn't understand the difference between 74 and 626.
"I've just wired your new home! Don't mind that you'll find 74 volts at some outlets and 626 at others. It's because there simply isn't that much difference" :)
We're loving the humor!
Hang in there. One of these years this subject will illuminate for you and you'll think back and say......"Aha, that's what he was talking about."
non-responses to simple questions. Sorry to go over your head with them. Clearly, no one is surprised with your lack of any content to support the farce.
Aha, that's what he was talking about."
You're not only clueless but don't pay any attention to my previous comments. Interconnects have already made a substantial audible difference in my system. Is anyone home?
So, what hallucinatory drugs do you take to derive your point of view?
edit: I'm aware you make DSP crossovers for Siggy's speakers. That's enough for me to never consider them for purchase.
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