The Computer Audiophile

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  1. I don't see why it wouldn't work, provided it's implemented properly.
  2. Thanks for posting mansr. He's gone now. That shit isn't tolerated at CA.
  3. "No one here on the internet knows if they are typing notes to a dog" I love that sentence. Gave me a good chuckle. So true.
  4. Interesting.
  5. Can you test to see if this happens when Tidal passes the MQA music without doing the unfold?
  6. Irony and hypocrisy all in a single thread. What do you know, we are all human. We all make mistakes and misjudgments. I highly recommend we all take ourselves a bit less seriously and I'm 100% certain we need to take this wonderful hobby of ours a lot less serious.
  7. This comment escaped me the first go around. I love to have fun and use humor, even at my own expense. Often we take this hobby too seriously and a little fun can put things into perspective. However, causing "collateral damage" serious. I get a bad taste in my mouth after reading your comment. CA is my business, and it supports my family. Anyone coming here and causing collateral damage with a smirk, and the ability to take a jab and leave without any repercussions, concerns me greatly.
  8. The guy also called Paul's work I believe.
  9. That's a tough question. For me an anti-audiophile is someone who makes negative comments about the whole group of people who consider themselves audiophiles. For example, "audiophiles have more money than sense and they don't like music." I've seen those comments many times and they say more about the person leaving the comment that about the target of the comment. Perhaps a little leeway and attempt at understanding all sides would help.
  10. You have a lot to offer many of us who are always looking for more information. However, "playing" with "soft targets" has no place here. I encourage you to offer information to those of us interested in such information and to ignore those who would like you to ignore them.
  11. The constitution has nothing to do with a private forum. The 1st Amendment only protects you from the Government.
  12. I almost fell off my chair laughing when I read this. It's a much better hobby when we can all have a good laugh.
  13. Well said @sdolezalek It's a constant balance.
  14. We've had this for many years. Now you can even ignore certain topics / threads.