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RE: Searching for truth?

I like number 7. That being said, physics wise, its been back to basics. We have to revisit basic fundamental rules of physics (take rule of the right hand for example). What has become apparent to me is that increasingly tiny aspects of electrical phenomenon has become audible.

an example is the magnetic moment of momentum for C13. Found naturally in only 1.1% in all carbon, it seems to have. a very.beneficial effect on audio, particularly on wire insulation.

Still S/N is and can be decieving. I believe it is true for digital processing. However, paradoxially as it may seem, i believe you can hear below the S/N for analog. Since music is generally a longer waveform, the ear can pick up these waveforms even though it may be disturbed by noise. Most noise is random, 1/f types, and thus very difficult to filter electronically.

There are means but unfortunately they aren't cheap.

I believe great advances will be made in EMI field interaction in the near.future. But then i'm a bit prejudiced.


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