On Sat, 09 Mar 2013 01:00:51 +0100
Hartmut Noack wrote:
> Am 08.03.2013 11:02, schrieb Ben Bell:
Without wishing to be critical, you're all rather failing to see the elephant
in the room. The biggest corrupter of sonic purity is worn and dirty
electricity. Think of it. The electricity you're using today was quite likely
being squirted through a heavy industrial processing plant yesterday. It may
even have passed through a sewage works. Yes I know that's pretty disgusting
but we have to face the facts.
Now, I know that you can apply mains filters and proper on-line UPS units and
that will clean the electricity up a lot, but don't you think all that scrubbing
only makes it even more worn and takes some of the 'sharpness' out of the sound
you make with it?
No, the only answer is to use a rotary converter. By its mechanical action, this
will actually use the stale electricity to create brand new electricity. You
will be amazed at the improvement. The clarity will be so stunning you will
even be able to tell the point number of the kernel your OS is using, and it
has been said that under these conditions some people are able to detect the
nuances of the different formulations of the hard disk surface.
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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