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There's a ruddy great fish tank to one side of my left-hand speaker here. Kevin at Definitive almost had a heart attack when he saw it, but I've tried chucking a blanket over it and it doesn't seem to make the slightest difference. I've always assumed that a reflecting surface between speakers but behind them in terms of depth actually makes very little difference. The problems come from reflecting surfaces in the 'line of fire' even if they are to the side.
Perhaps we're crossing wires.
By syringing in the current sense (as that's what the doc/nurse calls it), it is an electric water squirting device - possibly what you mean? But it feels like 1,000 devils trying to burst out of your ear and I hate it!!
Far more interesting is an ear vacuum. Perhaps I'll hate that less.
Putting olive oil etc. in ear is fine. So some home-based squirty type ear-based bag of wonders, I can't see being anymore eardrum violent than the 'syringing' I woul
Got one of these a couple of days ago. I have wanted to try one for a while but was concerned that, despite some of the reviews I have read, it would be too analytical and cold. For me it is nothing of the sort.
The Schiit Bifrost 2 seems a little soft by comparison and is far less detailed. The RME has detail in spades and has a presentation that is clear as a bell but also has just a hint of warmth. I have played around with the filters and they are, very subtly, audibly different. The Sl
The 'Wall of sound' was full of innovation for it's time, each instrument had, in effect, it's own separate amp and speaker system. Alembic, originally set up to build Lesh's bass guitars, built the pre-amps with (McIntosh) valve power amps all feeding JBL cone drivers.
This was unusual as that were all direct radiating speakers, no horns at all other than the EV tweeters. The system was in a constant state of flux, as indeed was the industry at that time. New innovations and collaborations