Re: Definition: "Gold CD"
On 17-Jul-1998, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Jul 1998, jason and jill wrote:
> > Don't go there, man. Audiophiles are not scientists, they are a religious
> > cult. They think you can change a CD's sound by using green or blue magic
> > marker on the rim of the CD to cut down on light being refracted through
> > the CD. (Someone even got the idea "hey, if blue magic marker works then
> > having a blue light in the inside of the player should work as well and
> > that way people won't have to magic marker each CD individuall" and the
> > idiots go out and buy players with blue lights in them. Oh, and gluing
> > little metal poker chips to the fronts of speakers makes them sound
> > better.) And... Utter nuts, and they believe that anyone that says "what
> > the fuck???????" on being told this is a reactionary.
> Damned lies.
> Everybody knows that to improve the sound of a CD immensely, one only
> needs to put it overnight in the refrigerator.
> It is also rumored that doing the same to a gold hamm cdrom makes all the
> binaries in the packages on the cd run 10% faster! Please don't spread
> this rumor though ;-)
I keep frozen hamm in my refridgerator too.
(sorry, couldn't resist).
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