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RE: Mr Austin, when you finally

> > > I don't feel there was anything to apologize for then, let alone now

Then, you and I have reached different conclusions from the same evidence. BTW,

> > > John doesn't appear to have a skeptical bone in his body when it comes to such things

is a baseless judgment.

> > > Beyond resistance, inductance and capacitance? None. Why?

Well, I'm no engineer, but I'm aware that a great many people, including inmates at AA, think that audio cables are snake-oil. Where, they ask, is the credible evidence that anything beyond a basic wire is required to transmit a signal? So, I was wondering if all of your, presumably, thoughtful design choices are completely based on empirical measurements. Looking at design, with obvious care to detail, it's difficult to believe that you have measurements that validate all of your choices. And if you do, I would find it even more incredible that you have evidence linking such measurements to sonic superiority.

In other words, I'm amazed that a high-end cable manufacturer did not, at some point, rely on his ears in finalizing the design . . .

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