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[filmscanners] Re: Power Line Filter



By the time most of use can afford audio equipment that actually has a
detectable difference from the mainstream, most of us (will) have ears
that can no longer detect it. ;-)

Art

Owen P. Evans wrote:

> I find this to be the hogwash of audiophilia!
> I once was part of all of this snakeoil, smoke & mirrors, secret handshake
> garbage. You can convince yourself of anything and then bring some
> pseudoscience into the equation which convinces everyone else that your
> methodology works. Every audiophile knows that clean power is the secret to
> perfect sound; as are wires made of hexamethyl chicken fat coated titanium;
> as are the cones and sorbothane feet that hold up the house that your hifi
> lives and breathes in.
> Perhaps a little jaded, yes. I spent thousands of dollars over the years to
> eke out a less than 1% event change in the sound. I refuse to believe it
> makes a difference in the world of scanning photographs! Why? Because it
> really never changed the sound that much when applied to the world of audio
> components. ( Just in case anyone doubts the verity; I once owned an audio
> system worth over $35,000 and I was just beginning to get to the price point
> where one might actually get a rendition of real music in one's home; to get
> that you really needed to double my expenditure!)
> So, Howard I can tell you that your money would be better spent in a bottle
> of fine single malt scotch; just keep drinking until the scan looks better.
> At least you'll enjoy the experience and hopefully will forget about it in
> the morning.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Owen
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <HMSDOC@aol.com>
> To: <opevans@ca.inter.net>
> Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 9:39 PM
> Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Power Line Filter
>
>
> << Have you actually experienced scanner noise that you've been able to
> trace
>  to power lines? >>
>
>
> I have a Canon FS4000 and have noticed some noise, nothing terrible but
> sometimes a bit more than others.....then I saw this interesting post:
>
> http://www.normankoren.com/Tutorials/canoscan4000bbd/messages/96.html
>
> What do you think about the possibility?
>
> Howard
> HMSDOC@aol.com
>
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