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Some people never learn...

He even misspells color the same way...

Frankly, the whole experience reminds me of dealing with technical folks who come from countries where the educational process is based primarily on rote. Doesn't in general make for good critical thinkers, although I have met a few exceptions.
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just goes to show there is no fool like and old fool. He hasn't learned a thing in nearly a year.

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Maybe this whole thing is some kind of forum terrorist attack.

Some kind of general mayhem and ruin agenda? More likely just someone who doesn't understand what he doesn't understand.
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If you're trying to figure out what "he" was saying, I think I have some (twisted and distorted) answers,

1) He (incorrectly for anyone browsing this in the future) believed that each HDMI cable contained an active component in the connector (doesn't say which connector or both) that determined which features the cable supported or didn't support. For instance if you purchased a 3D set, you would need a cable whose connectors supported 3D. Bizzare but I guess that is the way his brain reconciled having some cables advertise features, some advertise version numbers and some that just (correctly) advertised "high speed" or "standard speed".

2) Since Andy o was telling him how wrong he was in the older thread and I'm (Andy) helping to tell him how wrong he was in this thread, he believed we were the same person (I checked, we're not!). Therefore we must the stalking him.

So, I'm guessing we have a non-technical person, who can barely write English with paranoid tendancies. Not a good combo, but I'm hopeful that his appends are done in this forum now.

Thanks for all your patience. At least we didn't get bombarded with 72-point font text like in the older thread.
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Are there any cables that will upconvert DEEP COLOER from 24p to 60p? I looked in WHAT HIFI and they didn't say.

K I'm done
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Are there any cables that will upconvert DEEP COLOER from 24p to 60p? I looked in WHAT HIFI and they didn't say.

K I'm done

Unfortunately while they do make such a cable, they only work in the Southern Hemisphere and only during their winter months when the Sun is further away from the Earth. You have to get the What(?) HiFi southern edition to find the reviews. I hear 64-bit Deep Coloer is very popular in Antarctica (maybe that was Deep Cooler - it's easy to get the terms confused).
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Yes, in Antartica you need 64 bits for proper rendition of coloers...
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Aussie beer makes this thread even more entertaining!

"I pity the fool!"--Sergeant Bosco "B.A." Baracus, A Team

I prefer Barleywines, Imperial IPA's and Wee Heavy Scotch ales!

I usually don't make it to the end of the thread though!
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Coloer!

I think I have it! "oe" is a diagraph used for the umlaut ö when it is not available. He is saying "colör". This is what he wants to watch.
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Coloer!

I think I have it! "oe" is a diagraph used for the umlaut ö when it is not available. He is saying "colör". This is what he wants to watch.

Great...So does that means he's fully illiterate and annoying in two languages?
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Optimized by a Dual Degree Project
Delivered and Duty Paid
with Double Dragon Publishing tweets
because the Devil's Due when he's not... Publishing
Old Diet Dr. Pepper fuel
scrams Data delivery platforms in the gulf of mexico
Data-directed programming via star charts as in
the Datagram Delivery Protocol which was consumated by
the Debian Documentation Project to
Defect detection percentage over and above
Differential dynamic programming algrithyms being
fed into Digital Data Processors by abnormals
Owning The Digital DawgPound while
at the Disc Description Protocol monospire
Document-driven programming remains in the
analog Dolby Digital Plus via blackwater DACS
offered only on the Dual die package
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sending wireless to DoDonPachi at 18.345Gbps over blu-ray sine waves.
First off.... this is a direct result of the Dual Delivered Double Devil's Dr's, Data directed Delivery, Documentation, Detection, Differential, Data-DawgPoundDoDonPachi equalated Dual die pak of pure Dino Danger Doki Doki

Capiche?
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Capisco.
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Optimized by a Dual Degree Project
Delivered and Duty Paid
with Double Dragon Publishing tweets
because the Devil's Due when he's not... Publishing
Old Diet Dr. Pepper fuel
scrams Data delivery platforms in the gulf of mexico
Data-directed programming via star charts as in
the Datagram Delivery Protocol which was consumated by
the Debian Documentation Project to
Defect detection percentage over and above
Differential dynamic programming algrithyms being
fed into Digital Data Processors by abnormals
Owning The Digital DawgPound while
at the Disc Description Protocol monospire
Document-driven programming remains in the
analog Dolby Digital Plus via blackwater DACS
offered only on the Dual die package
Dino Danger Pack overclocked with Doki Doki Panic
sending wireless to DoDonPachi at 18.345Gbps over blu-ray sine waves.
First off.... this is a direct result of the Dual Delivered Double Devil's Dr's, Data directed Delivery, Documentation, Detection, Differential, Data-DawgPoundDoDonPachi equalated Dual die pak of pure Dino Danger Doki Doki

Capiche?

That actually makes more sense that DeepDeep1.
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I thought the sane thing.
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Sometimes I swear I boggle my own mind!
(that HAD to be the pain pills kicking in...)
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sometimes i swear i boggle my own mind! :d
(that had to be the pain pills kicking in...)

fer sure
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for more amusement, check the thread he started in the avr/amplifier subforum...

maybe one of you would like to take on the challenge of putting an amplifier in front of another amplifier...

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They knwo not what they now
not noway in for now...

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1363521

The first response is a duplicate of what he already has been told in another forum he infected. I feel sorry for them and the amount of wasted time they're about to spend.

"I need more power because the volume is over" - Now he's either attempting to quote Mussolini or The Who (or possibly the head of Walmart). Personally, I usually like to set the volume to 11.
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^^^

y'know... if i was a bad person, i'd suggest something to him to do, and ensure that he videos it so we can all see the fireworks on youtube...

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Did you notice that the two wires of each of the TMDS pairs are in separate ribbon cables. They are supposed to be twisted pairs. And of course, the individual pairs are not shielded. I would love to see someone use this system and submit a cable to an ATC for testing. My guess is the results would not be encouraging. Might work at 21¼", but I doubt results at the long lengths one would typically use this system would be good compared to a prefabricated HDMI cable.

That's what I noticed as well. Then I thought about all the "flat" HDMI offerings from the often mentioned sites on this forum. That being said; while I've not bought from Liberty in years, back when I was I was ordering stuff almost weekly and know their products to be of excellent quality. (For instance when everyone was selling RG59 for custom interconnects that was sweep tested to 1.2gHz theirs was 3.0gHz... for the same money!) Been so long now though that I don't even remember my password into the site.

ATC not withstanding, I'll betcha' they've done a good bit of testing on their own. What that testing says though is I guess something that'd have to be asked of Liberty. If it works at all, (and more importantly can pass a minimum of 10.2gbps) it may be a suitable option for those wishing to clean up their racks. Knowing the history however something tells me it'll take an investment in the tool, the connectors (probably at least 50), and of course a substantial spool of cable. Much easier to pop for 'ready made' at the sites we already know are offering killer deals 'me thinks'. As always, YMMV

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