Do audiophiles use amps that are not Class A and always on?
… you can spell dartzeel with the capital letters in the right place
… you think electrons have personality
… you think electrons have a sense of direction
… you think electrons travel slower uphill
… you wonder why everyone is going out today and voting in the electron
That’s mostly from the incandescent light in the Beer Fridge going on - off - on - off- on - off…
(Yes - sometimes audiophiles are beer drinking heathens)
Your 10,000 exercise steps per day is achieved from repeatedly getting up to micro-move your dipole speakers twice per song.
I’m fifty years of age and this is the first time I hear of audiophile beer fridges. No wonder I have never been 100% happy with the sound. What cabling do you use to power the fridge to ensure consistent temperature and to make sure the light goes on and off precisely?
The fridge HAS to be in a separate room… one CAN NOT have 2.7 dB of refrigerator compressor hum interfering…
I’ve yet to experiment with Beer Fridge Cable Upgrades… but I’m SURE somebody makes them…
Perhaps I’ll send them in and have them cryogenically frozen…
makes for tastier refrigeration
How about a thread on “how to know if your refrigerator
Rack mount fridges are indeed available (or used to be), for the posh recording studios
Even when you’re completely satisfied with your system, there’s a little voice in your head asking, “what if.I …?”
My fridge is TUBE… the fridge cools the tubes, the tubes warm the fridge - I’m a coconut hair away from perpetual energy…
Steven, here are 1500+ SACD titles on just 2 labels. As Mark Twain said, "The report of my death was an exaggeration.’
Defining the line that separates consumer goods from niche products will always be controversial.
Wow, 1500+ almost entirely archive recordings mostly $30+ each and you can’t even make one in the USA. SACD has a past … you’ve proved your audiophile credentials!