Not sure why anyone would need such a thing unless it's to complement thier analogue USB lead for better audio performance.
But please check out the review :-D
No I didn't write it, but I wish I had.
Very pretty but you soon need a new microwave.
What would be good is a device that can mend those early cds that lost
their integrity and the ally layer started to oxidize making them
This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from...
The Wayback Machine has some reviews still linked
From the soundwaves review: "The RD-3 is priced at only $399 while the RIO-5
II slightly more at only $599. When you think of it $998 is not a steep
price tag to pay for something that could possible transform your entire CD
and DVD collection into something well beyond what it is currently today."
and "It is well
known that if you demagnetize a disc or even a vinyl record the sound will
What planet are these bozos from? Do they seriously expect us to believe it?
I wonder if they would have the courage to do a double-blind trial to see if
there is any significant difference in audience preference for the untreated
and treated discs. I don't doubt that the aluminium in the disc can get
magnetised, but I can't see any way that it can have a detectable effect on
the 0 and 1 bits that the player reads. I'm prepared to be proved wrong - if
there is proved to be a statistically-significant improvement. And how the F
can vinyl become magnetised? If somehow it can, I can at least see a
mechanism for it have an effect on the analogue signal from the pickup, but
I can't see it having effect on a digital sensor.
But if there are enough idiots in the world who will believe this trash and
part with their money for it, then good luck to the vendors for fleecing the
On Wednesday, 9 October 2019 17:04:55 UTC+1, Graham. wrote:
Yoric Hunt on Oct 09, 2019
Wife was very happy!
I don't have a need to demagnetize any optical disks because I no longer live in the 90s. However, my wife had been complaining about chaffing recently, so I thought this would be the perfect solution.
I popped my man sausage into the device, exercising the necessary caution, and low and behold, once de-magnetized, it now slips in easier than Jeremy Corbyn at a c*nts convention.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.