Motor generator

Jay Jaeger cube1 at
Wed May 5 20:31:33 CDT 2021

I think a lot of the time audio-phools, if they will be honest with 
themselves, are really trying to recreate the stereo (or even HiFi) 
sounds of the 1960s because they have fond memories and like it better. 
  THAT I have no problem with whatsoever.

What gets annoying is when the phools try and convince others that this 
old gear somehow more accurately reproduces recordings or that the 
"fleecy" stuff referred to actually makes things better.  Oh well.


On 5/5/2021 8:14 PM, Jon Elson via cctalk wrote:
> On 05/05/2021 07:44 PM, Donald via cctalk wrote:
>> Many thanks for all the info. I just wanted to make sure my recesses were
>> right.
>> I asked about MG because, in an audio forum, I see folks paying crazy 
>> money
>> for AC cords and power line conditioners.  I thought a good MG would 
>> solve
>> many of the 'problems' they are trying to fix.
> Oh, that's audio-phoolery, the discussion topic of lots of people with a 
> real understanding of electronics and physics.  The audiophools have NO 
> understanding, just "belief".  And, they get fleeced regularly by this 
> kind of stuff.
> Jon

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