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From: Daniel Haude
Subject: Re: Bullshit wins v. science
Date: 5 Nov 2002 11:06:24 GMT
Organization: stoptrick: animated films
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On Mon, 4 Nov 2002 09:35:55 +0000,
John Woodgate wrote
in Msg. <+BaKWVA79jx9EwTs@jmwa.demon.co.uk>
| >Has anyone researched into which phase of the mains produces the best
| >audio sound? I would guess that the middle phase will be best, as the
| >other two phases are 120 degrees too early and too late, respectively. I
| >think that recordings should include information as to which phase was
| >used for the studio equipment, so we can match it at home.
| You are undoubtedly correct. How could we all have missed that until
| now? I will immediately contact my colleague in the supply industry to
| suggest that they charge more for the middle phase on that account.
You are all behind state-of-the-art. You need three-phase transformers and
rectifiers in the power supplies as this cuts down on the ripple current,
and you're always in phase with whatever they used at the studio.
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