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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Audio noise in diff amps
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Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 21:47:28 +1100
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"Rick" wrote in message
> Phil Allison wrote:
> > "John Woodgate" wrote in message
> > news:HSdRtiAwOgA+EwBs@jmwa.demon.co.uk...
> >> He is a tough debater, and unfortunately he does become emotional at
> >> times.
> > ** Only when publicly abused by fools.
> You weren't being abused by fools.
** Yep, I was actually. Now **you** add to the list.
You made an invalid assumption that
> everyone on this group is an audio engineer who misuses the term "dBm"
> in the same manner as you.
** What absolute bullshit. How the hell do you reach an idiot
conclusion like that ??
I made *no error whatever* and my correct explanation was ignored. I
was then called a liar and worse by Mr Pearce who should be deeply ashamed
Some of us don't think "Ooh, he's quoted dBm,
> so naturally he actually means a VOLTAGE into an unspecified resistance."
** So f......g what ?? When (wrongly) challenged on the point I gave
the explanation. If *you* and others are NOT familiar with common
terminology usage in audio for decades then that is not my damn fault !!!
Fools like you typicaly like to argue from a position of ignorance -
ie, if they do not KNOW they are wrong then they presume they must be
They like to nit pick, obfuscate and self gratify by defiling the good
work of others.
There are lots of them on this NG.
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