Originally Posted by diomania
Hope this helps: (Merriam-Webster dictionary)
audio: "of or relating to acoustic, mechanical, or electrical frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves which are of frequencies approximately from 15 to 20,000 hertz "
fact: "a thing done", "he quality of being actual", "something that has actual existence", "a piece of information presented as having objective reality"
You sound like a moderator but it doesn't say so under your forum name. I don't know if English is your second language or not but it's becoming clear that you are unable to grasp what's going on here, in which case your posts should be ignored.
English is my first and only language which is why I was questioning you and giving you the benefit of the doubt. I thought there were just facts. Didn't know there were special "audio facts." Are there "green" and "yellow" facts too? <--You can ignore sarcastic comment if you like.
I think I grasp what is going on here: you and a few others think they know more than other people and rather than presenting your information in a civil manner you like to intimidate, accuse and insult. And, you continue to do so. Isn't your point concise enough to be understood the first time? Why say it over and over again in 101 posts? Do you think the OP is stupid as well as ignorant?
Again, not sure why you continue to post without adding anything useful to the OP's question. I am now guilty of this too. If you have something additional
and useful to say that will help the poster then why not say it instead of trying to attack other posters?
Of course you are welcome to put me on "ignore" or just ignore me the ole fashioned way.
Good luck and hope the OP is on his way with some information he found helpful.
If you are interested in my background, my interests, my sex and all sorts of other things that have nothing to do with this thread you are welcome to PM me and I will do my best to be polite and respectful in my reply. I would only hope as a user of this forum you can do the same and treat others whom you don't know with a modicum of respect in the public arena.