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Paul R

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  1. No more, but not in the same way or with the same output. May be a difference that makes no difference, but it is a difference.
  2. The confusion is probably in which "industry" Chris. The Audiophile world? The consumer electronics world? You have your fingers in a lot of pies. Note that any indication of a positive opinion of MQA will garner a quick comment that the Audiophile market is too small and means nothing. The opposite gets an opposite reaction. (grin). -Paul
  3. I suggest you might be reading the backlist comments through a haze of prejudice then. No insult intended, but that is one odd conclusion to come to. -Paul
  4. The Mastered for iTunes rules are public and very clear.
  5. Being not sure and being ignorant are two different things, and conflating them is also disingenuous.
  6. Not sure what you are trying to show here and have no intention of guessing. In the same scale, what does the Non MQA version look like? This is is a bit disingenuous, since you obviously know the frequency domain is the inverse of the time domain. Converting from one domain to another makes some problems easier to solve. It can very well be true that MQA solves some processing in the time domain instead of the frequency domain. A process that would very well result in the “sharpening” of the signal in the time domain. Nothing particularly earth shatteringly new or new or innovative about it. But it sure does “deblur” the signal. Does not really mean anything though, as other methods actually do the same thing in the frequency domain. But then, you know that too.
  7. No, you have an imaginary advantage. Which you are welcome to keep. -Paul
  8. Thank you all for the support! There are a few things left. The surface laptop. ($350, loaded with Windows Pro not Windows S.) The PreSonus 1810c USB Audio Interface. ($160, USB-C version. Sounds great.) A SpinXLR Phono Preamp (converts to XLR connectors, requires 48v power). $20 A Record Doctor Cleaning Machine. $125 A NAD C715 Receiver (with CD player). $195 JVC Digital Video Camera (uses tape) $30 An Alesis Q88 full size Midi Keyboard wit USB and Midi Cable included $120 Oh, my Canon 6D MKII - in perfect condition. Full frame, and takes gorgeous shots. I am hoping to see $2100 for this, but will accept any offer above $1800. 1 Canon Excellent ES 6D MK II 2 Canon Excellent Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens 3 Canon Excellent Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM UD Lens,USA 4 Canon Excellent EF 24-105mm IS STM Lastly, I have an outdoor set up for sale, but shipping on this is prohibitive. A Yeti 1400 Lithium Power Unit $950 Two Boulder 100w Briefcase Portable Solar Panel units. $300 ARB 50q fridge/freezer $425 All come with cables, etc. All together, I am hoping to collect $1550 on the outdoor gear, or will sell separately at the prices above. Shipping will be a bear on any of these things though, and I am not sure the Yeti can even be shipped. Lithium batteries with a load of amp hours in it. Will run a household fridge for a few days, or indefinitely if you limit how often you open it. Powers all the lights in the house here when power is out. As above, I will cover half the packing and shipping costs for anything but the Yeti gear. Credit cards accepted, Zelle, and cash and checks from here.
  9. Can we make a rule that every time Mansr starts speaking for everyone that he can't make any more posts for 24 hours?
  10. It is amazing how many people never cognite on this.
  11. You know, I actually agree with most of that. It would be far more problematic for them if it split into two threads; one technical and one more full of flames than heck. -Paul
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