On Fri, Mar 08, 2013 at 10:02:49AM +0000, Ben Bell wrote:
> 1) Older kernels sound much warmer than newer ones.
5) Make sure to disable all but one CPU and any hyperthreading.
Parallel processing produces a very nasty form of crosstalk. 
Even non-audio data (e.g. network packets) could leak into your
signals if you leave it enabled.
 This is why Jack1 usually sounds more transparent than Jack2.
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