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Yes it did get benefits exactly as I have described in my previous posts, what has been the point of all the previous questioning and placing doubt to my word is if not to trust my experience.
A one sure way to be certain then is anyone having such a strong opinion then try the mod yourself go to the small expense and trouble and report back the effect after listening a week - reverse it if not happy with the result
So to sum up we don't have instruments available to day which can measure the difference we can hear with our ear yet we cannot make measurements to explain the difference in what we hear with our ear. There is lacking in a tool and a measurement, please find this tool and measurement to explain what we hear with our ear. John
About 18 months ago, I had a conversation with Andreas Koch of Playback Design about why conductor materials sound different. He said it was all about the electrical resonant frequencies of the materials. That's why the different materials have their sonic signature and why annealing, cryo treating and crystal structure all make a sonic difference. The different sonic signature of dielectrics fits this elelectrical resonance theory well.
Just to clarify, was he talking about the electrical resonance (as determined by the inductance and capacitance of a conductor - more dependent on the geometry of the conductor than the material) or perhaps some form of nuclear resonance?
I would imagine the electrical resonance determined by inductance capacitance and impedance changes at junctions and boundaries for sure
but also nuclear resonance or perhaps molecular dipole resonance would have an effect too.
I suggest other opinions have little ground as they are comments and just that, they don't have any solid proof behind them as the commenters have not heard the results with there ears themselves.
Opinions not based in reality (direct experience is the only reality) are pure conjecture....and are therefor lies. The truth about how something sounds is how is sounds. Not what you THINK it should be. So, a listening test is always superior to conjecture. You, my friend have no direct knowledge on the subject....you are essentially ignorant. Nothing wrong with not knowing. When it is disguised as "superior common engineering knowledge" then it is just the ego pretending to be superior. You have no clothes on. You have no knowledge. You only have book learning. You have not experienced this with your own ears. The most pure and sensitive instrument there is.....is our ears (relating to sound reproduction). If you do not use them then you are just in your head and pretending to actually know something. Your comments are useless. It's as if someone lived in a cave and never saw the sky but had a book on what the colors are but was told by his cave teacher that the sky outside was green. So, one day this person finally goes outside the cave and looks at the sky and thinks to themselves....hey, it does not look green to me....looks like it is blue. So, was his cave teacher correct or is his experience correct? So, are you the cave teacher/student stuck in your cave or are you ever going to go outside and look (listen) for yourself to see (hear) what is REALLY TRUE?!!!!?This openness to experiencing what is.....is what makes us more than animals....even more than human. We have curiosity. We have imagination. We have will. We can experience all life. We can know the truth....about anything....including our own basic nature. Would you like to know the truth....or just be right?
All I can say is that I am very glad Bruno Putzeys relied on his book learning, theoretical understanding and engineering skills when designing the nc400, instead of sitting in a coffee shop trying to experience all life.
You are like the guy who paints racing stripes on his car and claims it goes faster because it looks faster....
Or you can switch to a Job 225 amp and never buy another Class D amp. No Class D amp made today has the transparency of a Job.
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