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Subject: Re: Mosfet amp desigh sought
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Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 19:55:55 +1100
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"Bill Sloman" wrote in message
> I'll give him full marks for ferocity, but he isn't great on specifics
> - an arm or a leg would be about his level of targeting.
** Pompous, ignorant dickhead is no where near our Bill Slow-man.
> I wonder where he got his revelation about the masking threshold being
> precisely 85dB
** The threshold is WAY lower than that - I never said what it was.
BTW any sound that is below 0 dB SPL is not heard - no masking is
- his criterion for objectivity must mean that it came
> from some audio amateur, rather than the guys who are set up to do the
> measurements, whom I found remarkably hard to nail down.
** Your absent experts are nothing more than two opportunists in the
snake oil game.
Sucked you in big time.
> When Brian Moore did stick his neck out - IIRR in a letter to HiFi
> News and Record Review aroind 1990 - Bob Stuart promptly muddied the
> waters. I never got to the talk that Bob Stuart gave at the Applied
> Psychology Unit in Cambridge, but Brian did, and when I asked him
> about it, about six months later, Brian winced a bit and said that if
> you did reproduce your music good and loud you could hear distortion
> products at the level Bob had claimed.
** Nice to have such "authoritive" mates that you happily swallow
every word that drips from their lips (or elsewhere ) - Bill.
> It was a nice little academic controversy, with the engineer coming
> out ahead - for once - but I'm damned if I can work out how to
> document it. I've long since binned my 1990's copies of HiFi News and
> Record Review.
** Bin them all - just snake oil covered glossy hi-fi porn.
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