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post #31 of 50
Man, that fridge is gonna sound awesome!
post #32 of 50
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Originally Posted by JD in NJ View Post

Man, that fridge is gonna sound awesome!
Omg...you guys are so hilarious!.. That fridge can effect your sound,just like the Florescence lights in the kitchen..etc..your washer/dryer..that's what good power cords do..they keep your power from getting contaminated
By household appliances.. By the way don't get their sub-zero..the bass really sucks from that..lmfao...I just assumed that you all knew this stuff already..I guess I'm in the wrong thread!
post #33 of 50
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Originally Posted by JD in NJ View Post

Man, that fridge is gonna sound awesome!
Omg...you guys are so hilarious!.. That fridge can effect your sound,just like the Florescence lights in the kitchen..etc..your washer/dryer..that's what good power cords do..they keep your power from getting contaminated
By household appliances.. By the way don't get their sub-zero..the bass really sucks from that..lmfao...I just assumed that you all knew this stuff already..I guess I'm in the wrong thread!
post #34 of 50
Don't tell me...let me guess....these high end power cords are just like Brita water filters, right esh? wink.gif
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Don't tell me...let me guess....these high end power cords are just like Brita water filters, right esh? wink.gif
Omg beav..you again?.. C'mon man..let's just enjoy our setups and the music, its the weekend fer crying out loud!.. I'm not here bashing your systems or beliefs.. Am I?
post #36 of 50
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I'm not here bashing your systems or beliefs.. Am I?

In a way, by making absolutely false statements and then calling them facts, you belittle anyone who has bothered to educate themselves on the basics of electricity. You've been corrected many times, but you just lash out at them. It's rather sad.
post #37 of 50
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In a way, by making absolutely false statements and then calling them facts, you belittle anyone who has bothered to educate themselves on the basics of electricity. You've been corrected many times, but you just lash out at them. It's rather sad.
I have not lashed out at anyone,just the opposite, you guys act like I just bought crystal cables 28.000$ speaker cables!
Just have a great weekend
post #38 of 50
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Originally Posted by esh516 View Post

...Florescence lights...
Is that a brand? If so, I will be sure to avoid them. Did you mean you have lamps that flower? I will be sure to avoid those, too. Or did you mean fluorescent? I have fluorescent lamps all over my house and don't seem to have any problems.
post #39 of 50
Obviously Colm its because your ears aren't good enough. Or your equipment. Or both.
post #40 of 50
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you guys act like I just bought crystal cables 28.000$ speaker cables!

$28 isn't a lot of money...maybe it is to you though.
post #41 of 50
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Originally Posted by Bigus View Post

Obviously Colm its because your ears aren't good enough.
Ya gotta speak up boy! I cain't hear ya!
post #42 of 50
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$28 isn't a lot of money...maybe it is to you though.
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$28 isn't a lot of money...maybe it is to you though.
...whatever..you know what I meant!
So..my dang tablet forgot the (,)
That would not have happened if I had it hooked up with a Synergistic SR element power cord!!
post #43 of 50
What really blows my mind is the guy that pays $200 for an HDMI cable and busts my butt for buying a nicer dishwasher because it's quiet.

Believe me, thats a faaaar better value in enjoyment when I don't hear wuuuush wuuuuush when I watch south park.
post #44 of 50
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Originally Posted by esh516 View Post

. I'm not here bashing your systems or beliefs.. Am I?

Of course you are.

One belief that I have is that competently-designed audio gear doesn't need highly purified AC to work well.

This belief is founded in my EE training, 40+ years of experience designing/building/testing, etc.
post #45 of 50
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Originally Posted by esh516 View Post

I have not lashed out at anyone,just the opposite, you guys act like I just bought crystal cables 28.000$ speaker cables!
Just have a great weekend

No, they are acting like a group of skeptical people (as they should) because you haven't come by your opinion honestly. Until you have someone come in and do some cable swapping with the aid of a coin and have you evaluate each flip of the coin....

I have money that says you would fail at this.
post #46 of 50
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Originally Posted by esh516 View Post

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Originally Posted by SAM64 View Post

In a way, by making absolutely false statements and then calling them facts, you belittle anyone who has bothered to educate themselves on the basics of electricity. You've been corrected many times, but you just lash out at them. It's rather sad.
I have not lashed out at anyone,just the opposite, you guys act like I just bought crystal cables 28.000$ speaker cables!
Just have a great weekend
When did you buy 'crystal cables 28.000$ speaker cables'? Nah. Just kidding. What I really want to know is what did you do with all those other expensive cables that didn't pass your strict standards? Surely you didn't foist them off on some unsuspecting non-audiophile? If you did the decent thing and either kept them or better still destroyed them then after trying a dozen $100 cables followed by your 'Sweet Spot' Audioquest $1000 cable you actually spent $2200 on snake oil. In my mind that's a lot of well lubricated snakes...
post #47 of 50
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Originally Posted by olyteddy View Post

When did you buy 'crystal cables 28.000$ speaker cables'? Nah. Just kidding. What I really want to know is what did you do with all those other expensive cables that didn't pass your strict standards? Surely you didn't foist them off on some unsuspecting non-audiophile? If you did the decent thing and either kept them or better still destroyed them then after trying a dozen $100 cables followed by your 'Sweet Spot' Audioquest $1000 cable you actually spent $2200 on snake oil. In my mind that's a lot of well lubricated snakes...
I make sure what I buy has a trial period,or my dealer just loans me what I want to test for comparison.
There is a fine line between snake-oil and actually hearing/seeing a difference..there has been plenty of expensive gear/cords etc.. That I could not see buying because there was no difference.. Then there's been some where there was a very nice upgrade..anyway I guess this is not the place to talk about cables..I thought these threads were for audiophiles..not some guy in a white coat/glasses pointing a pen at me telling me its not possible, my ears/eyes are wrong!
There are a lot of people out there that believe in these upgrades,they I.M me all the time telling me they also use these cables and they know they make a difference in there systems..they just do not reply to these posts because the vultures swoop down and ridicule you for your belief's.. Well it is what it is,and what it is,is very ,very good!
post #48 of 50
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Originally Posted by esh516 View Post

...some guy in a white coat/glasses pointing a pen at me telling me its not possible, my ears/eyes are wrong!
Nobody has said there is anything wrong with your ears or eyes, just your interpretation of your experience and lack of understanding of the subject.

Now that you mention it, do you have a lot of experience with guys in white coats telling you that what you experienced is not real?
post #49 of 50
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There are a lot of people out there that believe in these upgrades,

There are a lot of people who believe in magnetic bracelets too, but that doesn't mean they do anything.

Doesn't it bother you to know that the material you see or hear though your overpriced cables was created using very inexpensive cables, containing nothing but copper and various inexpensive polymers?
post #50 of 50
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I thought these threads were for audiophiles.

Does that mean your claims are so tenuous that no critique can be permitted? That your believe has to be pampered by a community of like minded? Maybe you check in at some other site were everything that is believed to make a difference also does - no evidence of course, but nobody on the agony site gives a damn about evidence anyway.

Audiophile does not necessarily mean to approach any unsupported claims without some skepticism and asking for supporting tests - although the development of "audiophile" from. "HiFi enthusiast" unfortunately has meant that in many cases evidence through proper blinded testing was replaced with belief, unsupported claims and claims not even sensible within the framework of the physics and neurology involved
That's why the term audiophool was created.
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