On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 00:08:18 +0100, Andy Dingley
|On Wed, 21 Apr 2004 02:08:07 GMT, "Jonny Durango"
|>The use of any hardwood for the beech
|>fillets produced a audible colouration caused by the resonance of the B110
|>on its chassis."
|Cargo cult bullshit (in a hi-fi product ? how unusual !)
|You can't claim to tell the difference between beech and oak corner
|fillets on one hand, then not specify the grade of ply on the other.
|Use poor (or thin) ply and you _will_ tell the difference.
I am reminded of a guy that worked for me who after hours was a
musician and a "hi-fi" buff.
He was one of those guys who claimed that they could hear the
difference in speaker wire. Since we were electronic engineers and
our department had a gazillion dollars worth of test equipment
available I defied him to assemble a test setup that could measure
_any_ difference between OFHC (oxygen-free-high-conductivity) copper
wire and zip cord of the same size. He declined. See:
Then there's "sonic differences" between tube amps and solid-state,