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  1. But we do do a lot of the other (dialectic) here. '...a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned methods of argumentation.' PS. Some use more reasoned methods than others 🤣
  2. The old flat braided ones that you used to see as the earth lead on old tractors, etc? This sort of stuff? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/10-FEET-1-BRAIDED-GROUND-STRAP-GROUNDING-Tinned-Copper-Flat-Braid-USA/291840998020
  3. Ha, me too, I wasn't expecting art, just an idea of what you are describing rather than detailed artwork 🙂
  4. Can you draw/diagram that? I'm familiar with air-spaced coax and heliax for RF transmission lines, but I'm struggling to picture what you mean for flexible audio signal cables. Is what you are taliking about for RCA type cables? How does it work with a twisted pair in a shield for balanced audio signal cables?
  5. Bam! That’s it in its entirety. But the music is the experience.
  6. That is neat looking. The cable ties aren't as pretty as that old cord lacing they used to do back in the day.
  7. Look for professional microphone cable, not guitar cable. Mics often have balanced connectors and will use two signal wires plus shield. If you specifically want that Mogami brand: http://www.mogamicable.com/category/bulk/microphone/polar_flex/ http://www.mogamicable.com/category/bulk/microphone/quality_balanced/
  8. I learnt of them from this amusing video. I now have that same album.
  9. As far as I know, Bluetooth uses a lossy compression to reduce demands on the transmission path. But if your source is of the same or lower level quality as the codec in use there's no further degredation. But they keep improving the situation with newer/better codecs.
  10. I don't know exactly what turntable you are referring to (you still haven't provided that info), but is it possible that a motor supression capacitor or similar has failed and you're getting some sort of interference from the turntable drive motor? Or perhaps some other issue with the turntable's power supply that is generating a noise signal that is being picked up by the cartridge/tonearm wiring?
  11. It really makes a difference to your experience when a retailer does everything right, good to hear it's still happening.
  12. Aussie bands, The Angels, and GOD would be approved I'm sure.
  13. A fanatical devotion to the pope arcane mumbo jumbo. Apologies to Monty Python.
  14. Rotational wiggle and straight pull or push.
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