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28 minutes ago, KeenObserver said:

We all know that there is no sound in a vacuum.  And yet, we all listen to music in ORDINARY air!

My company, Oleum de L'Serpent, has developed a process for producing audiophile quality air!  This process allows us to compress the audiophile quality air without damaging its audiophile qualities!

Systems can be set up to pressurize your music room, or even your entire house!

The initial 125 cubic foot tank of premium audiophile quality air may be purchased for $2,500.  Refills will be $500.

This is the greatest new development in sound since MQA.  It is a new paradigm on the order of Copernicus.

 

Any discount for the whole house? I'll need about 27,000 cu feet. If not, I guess I’ll have to look for it used, on eBay.

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A few beyond critical questions for you:

 

Do you offer customized options for dispersal nozzles and Audiophile quality hoses refined enough for my home(s)?

 

My office system needs will expand to non-visible concentrated air solutions offering beyond silent exchange at all times with 24 hour on call physical support.  Are you currently delivering executive solutions of this nature?

 

Do you accept trade-ins on low hour Apple Wynd Smart Plus air purifiers?  I have a dozen in use but would like to retain one for the pet sanctum/MIL Suite.

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41 minutes ago, Sonicularity said:

I was purchasing Amazon Basic air, because most audiophile air sounds the same to me, but be careful, there was a fart in the last tank that I got.

 

Was it made in China? I find the Chinese imitation air of low quality and not very transparent.

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@KeenObserver is this the same as FARTING ?? gas in any form is just air and a lot of audiophiles in this AUGUST body have a lot of it---- for example just read all the Schiit about 'MQA is Vaporware' also another form of air/gas/farts and IT doesn't cost a penny

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oxygen-free is critical!!


"The overwhelming majority [of audiophiles] have very little knowledge, if any, about the most basic principles and operating characteristics of audio equipment. They often base their purchasing decisions on hearsay, and the preaching of media sages. Unfortunately, because of commercial considerations, much information is rooted in increasing revenue, not in assisting the audiophile. It seems as if the only requirements for becoming an "authority" in the world of audio is a keyboard."

-- Bruce Rozenblit of Transcendent Sound

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7 hours ago, KeenObserver said:

We all know that there is no sound in a vacuum.  And yet, we all listen to music in ORDINARY air!

My company, Oleum de L'Serpent, has developed a process for producing audiophile quality air!  This process allows us to compress the audiophile quality air without damaging its audiophile qualities!

Systems can be set up to pressurize your music room, or even your entire house!

The initial 125 cubic foot tank of premium audiophile quality air may be purchased for $2,500.  Refills will be $500.

This is the greatest new development in sound since MQA.  It is a new paradigm on the order of Copernicus.

 

Or one could just rent a 737 Max series by the hour/album.  Pressurized cabin for your listening pleaasure!  🤣

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