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Idea: Polarity Flip
#41
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#42
(03-20-2019, 10:08 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: It just dawned on me that inverting the polarity of only one of the channels should produce a dramatic reduction in sound output and in fact it does. This confirms the ALSA code is working :-)

There are some people who like to invert one channel like that to go through the source/amp section of their setup with the idea that it helps balance out the power draw or something which leads to less distortion, then they switch the polarity of the speaker wires for the inverted channel so that they’re both in sync again.
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#43
Wink 
@swizzle ....and you doubt or promote this ?? Smile Wink Cool 

Using this in pre-digital :-) AKA-1983  Linn Sondek, Naim Nait, Kef 104-AB (acoustic butterworth to you Big Grin  )
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(03-23-2019, 06:49 AM)DRONE7 Wrote: .....snip............

Using this in pre-digital  :-) AKA-1983  Linn Sondek, Naim Nait, Kef 104-AB (acoustic butterworth to you Big Grin  )

Ah, the wonderful times and HiFi equipment of the (still) Industrial Revolution era... that is the pre-Shenzen era... Tongue
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#45
Hi Mike, don't know about pre-Shenzen  but here everything is pre Christchurch... Sad Sad Sad  gutted...  Cry  how could anyone be so so disconnected from their fellow humans... we weep and embrace and hope.
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#46
(03-23-2019, 06:49 AM)DRONE7 Wrote: @swizzle ....and you doubt or promote this ?? Smile Wink Cool 

Using this in pre-digital  :-) AKA-1983  Linn Sondek, Naim Nait, Kef 104-AB (acoustic butterworth to you Big Grin  )

Just throwing it out there, some people swear by it so it might be an interesting option for people to play with.  Cool
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#47
(03-20-2019, 10:08 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: ...
I'll plan to add the setting to the MPD section of Audio Config for moOde 5 :-)

Very good news indeed! Looking forward to 5.0 then... ;-)
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