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PROVE TO US THAT YOU ARE GETTING THIS LEVEL OF BIT ERRORS WITH THE "OTHER" CABLES AND I'LL BE ON YOUR SIDE. If you can't then you're just spitting out more nonsense and just wildly speculating (again). You have a golden opportunity to prove your case now.

It would also help if you could show that a valid picture is still produced even with this level of bit errors.

Remember - PROOF (not meaningless words but data, graphs, pictures and other items that can be independently confirmed). And, no response will be accepted which tries to argue negatives (such as stating that we should prove that other cables don't have these errors).

Read my answer to Colm about bit errors. You can find the information yourself by looking up BER, Wire World, Audioquest and Monster sites on the internet. I am talking videos as well as literature. It takes a little work, but it can be done. I am sure if I can do it you can too. 200,000 bit errors is far less than 1% and will not cause loss of picture, but subtle changes in color, lag and sharpness. You know that already, I think you are just kidding me.

You'll truly shock me if you provide actual data that supports your position on the error rates and yet shows a valid picture.

The floor is yours (and take as much space as you need to show all of your data)...

**alk3997****"If you get 100,000 or 200,000 bit errors per second"**PROVE TO US THAT YOU ARE GETTING THIS LEVEL OF BIT ERRORS WITH THE "OTHER" CABLES AND I'LL BE ON YOUR SIDE. If you can't then you're just spitting out more nonsense and just wildly speculating (again). You have a golden opportunity to prove your case now.

It would also help if you could show that a valid picture is still produced even with this level of bit errors.

Remember - PROOF (not meaningless words but data, graphs, pictures and other items that can be independently confirmed). And, no response will be accepted which tries to argue negatives (such as stating that we should prove that other cables don't have these errors).

Read my answer to Colm about bit errors. You can find the information yourself by looking up BER, Wire World, Audioquest and Monster sites on the internet. I am talking videos as well as literature. It takes a little work, but it can be done. I am sure if I can do it you can too. 200,000 bit errors is far less than 1% and will not cause loss of picture, but subtle changes in color, lag and sharpness. You know that already, I think you are just kidding me.

You'll truly shock me if you provide actual data that supports your position on the error rates and yet shows a valid picture.

The floor is yours (and take as much space as you need to show all of your data)...

I answered it above.