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post #121 of 126
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Originally Posted by HIPAR View Post

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One of the listeners commented that when a player is 'working hard' to correct errors, the sound might be altered. --- CHAS


My goodness. They are supposed to work hard, no complaining.
post #122 of 126
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Originally Posted by cpu8088 View Post

well your test was done in the 90s.

we are now in the 20s cant you do such a simple experiment again at home with your own ears?

there are lots here who did not attend the 90s test or read their report

guarantee the experiment will have no harm to your equipment, cd or your ears


So, because they were done in the 90s, does that mean they are not valid today? Perhaps those players were more robust as compared to the ones today?
post #123 of 126
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Originally Posted by J_Palmer_Cass View Post

How about if the CD player tips off of the pillow and falls onto the floor?

That is a great test to check its G rating durability

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Originally Posted by J_Palmer_Cass View Post

I placed pillows over my ears, and that did make the CD player sound different!

Great, now we know what not to do, or do.
post #124 of 126
Well HIPAR, all the information on the disc has to go through the circuitry that has to deal with 'error's, so in essence, the thing is always working hard.
post #125 of 126
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Originally Posted by Chu Gai View Post

Well HIPAR, all the information on the disc has to go through the circuitry that has to deal with 'error's, so in essence, the thing is always working hard.

Needless to say, we all had a lot of fun with the 'working hard' theory.

--- CHAS
post #126 of 126
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Originally Posted by HIPAR View Post

Needless to say, we all had a lot of fun
--- CHAS

Isn't that one reason being here?
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