Trolling--Cross topic from--Why does it have to be SO F'ING LOUD?

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by nowater, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. nowater

    nowater Guest

    Look at your own snippets for the answer. It's trollish because the thread
    was motoring along quietly on-topic, until someone happens to give an
    opinion that 16/44 does a pretty good job, then --pow!-- VB twists it into
    vinyl vs CD, which is an obvious hobby-horse of his and is nothing to do
    with this thread. It is a topic that has been done to death a million times
    in rec.audio.you-name-it, and everyone has formed their opinions and only a
    few are open-minded enough to move either way across the divide.

    It's trollish because a flippant vinyl vs CD comment is sure to bring out
    the defenders of the other side of the issue and it sure has nothing to do
    with the thread unless you try real hard -- too hard.

    So VB can go and start his own thread in rec.audio.rigid-opinion, or better
    still do some research and take 500 hours to read the prior arguments and
    then save us all and keep quiet on the topic unless he has something
    interesting to add, or would like to add a question that hasn't been covered
    100 times, and if so do it in his own thread.
     
    nowater, Jun 13, 2005
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  2. Kiss my ass..... The debate was between 24/96 digital and 16/44
    recording if you could read moron. Vinyl was NOT the issue.

    I got attacked early in the thread for daring to question the integrity
    of CDs(never mentioned vinyl) and simply stated why 24/96 sounds
    better, while engaging the issue of Masteing Problems!

    And you start a new flame thread because you don't have a clue what the
    topic is.

    Contribute something useful yourself or STFU.

    VB
     
    vinyl believer, Jun 13, 2005
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    Arny Krueger Guest

    issue.

    Yeah sure. That's why you posted the following:

    "B: I prfer Vinyl over CDs"
     
    Arny Krueger, Jun 13, 2005
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  4. nowater

    Joe Sensor Guest

    Or you could just get fucked!
     
    Joe Sensor, Jun 13, 2005
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  5. All you have to do is look up, VB.

    The topic was "loudness"... it had nothing to do with sampling rates
    or bit depth and certainly not vinyl, on which loudness is a completely
    different issue.


    DM
     
    David Morgan \(MAMS\), Jun 13, 2005
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    hank alrich Guest

    Got that last night; was very good.

    Now, if folks turn the little towers supporting their speaker wires
    upside down, the SPL will go down accordionly.
     
    hank alrich, Jun 14, 2005
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