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    While waiting I have some present for you to keep you entertained.

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    Part II
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    From what I heard not only will give you better sound but your PC will be more stable from overclock. This means better benchmark scores for your PC's too, same clock for clock.


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    LOL are you serious the pc wouldnt boot without it but magically did when you put that on there? more stable overclock? what are you smoking cuz i could use some of that

    " If it has silver wiring, or is large, then it's one of the best GroundHangers for overclocking"

    "Boot-up times

    Without GroundHanger: Infinite
    GroundHanger 8.0: 146 seconds
    Without GroundHanger: Infinite
    GroundHanger Transiental Parabola: 146 seconds
    GroundHanger 2.0 Body Waves: 152 seconds
    GroundHanger 3.0 Silver Black Ship: 120 seconds
    GroundHanger 8.0: 70 seconds
    Without GroundHanger: 150 seconds
    GroundHanger 8.0: 70 seconds"

    "Old computers which are at the end of their lifetime become unstable at default voltages, GroundHanger increases stability so you don't need to buy a new computer.
    Something else that is useful with GroundHanger is extreme overclocking. Due to the greater stability, you can overclock higher."

    you have got to be kidding me...
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    Circaflex, it's been a long time since I've seen a prescott cpu being used. hows she running? I had a 3.2E as well and I ran it at 4.2 daily I believe. If I recall I spend one day at 4.4 Ghz using a Vantec Tornado. The house began to lift off so I had to turn it off.. lots of fun though!


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    This thread is just LOL honestly, you see all this snake oil junk get pushed on audiophile forums but seeing it now make an appearance here is kinda dissapointing. OP you really should stop posting these nonsense threads or a few of us might die laughing at how ridiculous some of this is

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    This thread is pretty amusing at the clear attempt of trolling. Would probably be easier to just slap a ban on the Op and be done with it. Its not like they provide anything beneficial to the forums anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circaflex View Post
    LOL are you serious the pc wouldnt boot without it but magically did when you put that on there? more stable overclock? what are you smoking cuz i could use some of that

    " If it has silver wiring, or is large, then it's one of the best GroundHangers for overclocking"

    "Boot-up times

    Without GroundHanger: Infinite
    GroundHanger 8.0: 146 seconds
    Without GroundHanger: Infinite
    GroundHanger Transiental Parabola: 146 seconds
    GroundHanger 2.0 Body Waves: 152 seconds
    GroundHanger 3.0 Silver Black Ship: 120 seconds
    GroundHanger 8.0: 70 seconds
    Without GroundHanger: 150 seconds
    GroundHanger 8.0: 70 seconds"

    "Old computers which are at the end of their lifetime become unstable at default voltages, GroundHanger increases stability so you don't need to buy a new computer.
    Something else that is useful with GroundHanger is extreme overclocking. Due to the greater stability, you can overclock higher."

    you have got to be kidding me...
    I'm glad you laugh and keep happy. This is good thing.
    I would imagine this would replace your failed capacitors as it's one of the components that start to fail with the computers that reach close to end of life. Corroded / blown capacitors often cause your system to crash, such as hard freeze. This can happen during bootup, while OS is running, or when shutting down the PC. I had seen PC's that freeze when trying to shutdown... It makes sense to me that removing electrical noise out of the system makes it run better and more stable. I think Patrick will agree with me.



    Quote Originally Posted by Nanometer View Post
    Circaflex, it's been a long time since I've seen a prescott cpu being used. hows she running? I had a 3.2E as well and I ran it at 4.2 daily I believe. If I recall I spend one day at 4.4 Ghz using a Vantec Tornado. The house began to lift off so I had to turn it off.. lots of fun though!


    On a side note..Based on observation, Noobiecheez has no technical background of any kind with any of the science fields. While it makes good fun for you to write up threads like this, it's even more fun for us in our point of view. Never have I met or heard of someone so ignorant in the ways of science-- and I believe you are the only person in the world that would insist that not even "a duck floats in water," based on your severe lack of observation of the world around you. I am never posting in the same thread that you start ever again, I have learned my lesson.
    I can understand that mechanical engineers will have hard time accepting this. Electrical engineers may have better chance accepting this new approach. I think this is fairly new tech. A lot of people haven't caught up yet, and there will be millions of skeptics. Only way to find out is for you to try it out.


    Quote Originally Posted by Linchpin View Post
    This thread is just LOL honestly, you see all this snake oil junk get pushed on audiophile forums but seeing it now make an appearance here is kinda dissapointing. OP you really should stop posting these nonsense threads or a few of us might die laughing at how ridiculous some of this is
    I'm glad it made you fun. Laughing is good, so please keep doing it... I laughed a little bit when I first saw this, but I find it serious now. I'm going to try this out and see how it turns out.


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    obvious troll is obvious

    "Alien crystal formula" are you guys serious with this? How can a company charge so much for cables and have such a crap website that looks like pure fraud? 800+ dollars for one of these "magical" hangers? all the way up to 3500? What kind of idiotic person actually buys this stuff? if you bought the proper equipment in the first place you wouldnt need stuff like this.
    i just cant get enough of this LOL http://www.coconut-audio.com/cables/computer.htm tell me how a super usb cable will help on a computer? or a super sata cable? i feel bad for the idiots that waste money on this crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Circaflex View Post
    obvious troll is obvious

    "Alien crystal formula" are you guys serious with this? How can a company charge so much for cables and have such a crap website that looks like pure fraud? 800+ dollars for one of these "magical" hangers? all the way up to 3500? What kind of idiotic person actually buys this stuff? if you bought the proper equipment in the first place you wouldnt need stuff like this.
    So you actually agreed that stuff like this has impact on electronics for clean operation? Ha ha. Thank you for agreeing.


    i just cant get enough of this LOL http://www.coconut-audio.com/cables/computer.htm tell me how a super usb cable will help on a computer? or a super sata cable? i feel bad for the idiots that waste money on this crap.
    USB cable definitely does affect. This has been talked about from various audio forums. There are over 100 pages discussing regarding how higher end USB cables have impact on sound. This is old news actually.

    Here you go -->> http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f6...r-and-dac-372/

    It will take you weeks to read the whole thing. Be sure you don't go fall asleep.

    As for the SATA cable.... that's fairly new to me. I haven't thought about it. But I think, if you get a good power cable (high-end) all your components in the computer case will have impact on it. The SATA cable, I think, will give you the extra cleanness. It's no longer just 1's and 0's for data transmission. I am not making a policy here. I'm just voicing out my opinion here..


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    who hooks up their pc audio equipment via usb though its just printers and externals which this does nothing for them and no i dont agree with any of this, if you buy the right equipment you can ignore these cables and if your equipment is so low end that you need this you are better off getting the right stuff instead of wasting money on these gimmicks and a sata cable doesnt need this, you are freakin crazy obviously you work for them or sell these products because its all just a JOKE do you any actual data or just these crappy trance filled youtube videos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IamAnoobieCheez View Post
    I can understand that mechanical engineers will have hard time accepting this. Electrical engineers may have better chance accepting this new approach. I think this is fairly new tech. A lot of people haven't caught up yet, and there will be millions of skeptics. Only way to find out is for you to try it out.
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    No they wont, as I already explained this hangar thing has no logic when you look at it from an electronics standpoint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EniGmA1987 View Post
    No they wont, as I already explained this hangar thing has no logic when you look at it from an electronics standpoint.
    +1 I study Electronic and Electrical engineering.... and this literally makes no sense at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circaflex View Post
    who hooks up their pc audio equipment via usb though
    It is mostly found in high-end audio equipment. For low-ends, they don't have USB port... Most high-end ones such as external DAC's (pre-amp) have USB port on back, so that you can connect it from your source (PC for example). These external DAC's run several thousand dollars each. Some go up well over $10k. They often require some high-end USB cords, not the generic ones that come with the box.


    its just printers and externals which this does nothing for them and no i dont agree with any of this
    For printers I would use the generic USB cable, unless you want to improve signal speed and quality. But how well the printing goes isn't my top priority. Sound is.

    For USB external hard drives, I would use a descent quality USB cable as you don't want to add more noise to already intoxicated (RF city) computer. More hard drives add more noise. They are proportional. SSD's help reduce that noise by good amount.


    if you buy the right equipment you can ignore these cables
    Not really. Benchmark USB DAC-1 (preamp) has USB port and requires a good USB cable to improve sound quality. Benchmark USB DAC-1 costs $1200. $600 USB cable will suffice quite well, Audioquest Diamond for example. I prefer the Wireworld Starlight variety as they perform better da money.

    and if your equipment is so low end that you need this
    Some of the low end equipment don't even have USB port for audio... 3.5mm mini ports are more common with low ends. RCA is higher up, same goes true with the USB.


    you are better off getting the right stuff instead of wasting money
    I already told you what's the right stuff (high-end) and what's the wrong stuff (low-end) as far as the auido equipment is concerned.


    a sata cable doesnt need this
    I have no comment about SATA cables... I feel I don't really need it. I don't know why you keep saying I want SATA cables so bad. I never talked about it. You did. I would be happy with the power cable and clothes hangers oops I mean.. ground hangers.

    you are freakin crazy
    No, I'm just a bit different than others. I also have taste and am artistic.

    obviously you work for them or sell these products because its all just a JOKE do you any actual data or just these crappy trance filled youtube videos?
    I told you already. I am not Patrick. I am IamAnoobieCheez who is inspired with Patrick's stuff. As for the trance music in his videos, I love them. Some of them are just awesome. I am trying to buy a copy from the artist, but having trouble getting it as it's old ('90's).


    I am getting worried though. It's been over 5 weeks and i still haven't received my power cord and ground hanger (in the same package).

    If I don't receive it, I can't give any feedback about the product! I paid a lot of money for this package, I mean a lot. Don't ask.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IamAnoobieCheez View Post
    Some of the low end equipment don't even have USB port for audio... 3.5mm mini ports are more common with low ends. RCA is higher up, same goes true with the USB.
    Just so you know, RCA is more considered low end. At best it can only be considered mid-grade. High end things use a properly balanced connector or a proprietary connector of their own design that is balanced. RCA is a generic unbalanced interconnect that is only used anymore for consumer grade receivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IamAnoobieCheez View Post
    It is mostly found in high-end audio equipment. For low-ends, they don't have USB port... Most high-end ones such as external DAC's (pre-amp) have USB port on back, so that you can connect it from your source (PC for example). These external DAC's run several thousand dollars each. Some go up well over $10k. They often require some high-end USB cords, not the generic ones that come with the box.



    For printers I would use the generic USB cable, unless you want to improve signal speed and quality. But how well the printing goes isn't my top priority. Sound is.

    For USB external hard drives, I would use a descent quality USB cable as you don't want to add more noise to already intoxicated (RF city) computer. More hard drives add more noise. They are proportional. SSD's help reduce that noise by good amount.



    Not really. Benchmark USB DAC-1 (preamp) has USB port and requires a good USB cable to improve sound quality. Benchmark USB DAC-1 costs $1200. $600 USB cable will suffice quite well, Audioquest Diamond for example. I prefer the Wireworld Starlight variety as they perform better da money.


    Some of the low end equipment don't even have USB port for audio... 3.5mm mini ports are more common with low ends. RCA is higher up, same goes true with the USB.



    I already told you what's the right stuff (high-end) and what's the wrong stuff (low-end) as far as the auido equipment is concerned.



    I have no comment about SATA cables... I feel I don't really need it. I don't know why you keep saying I want SATA cables so bad. I never talked about it. You did. I would be happy with the power cable and clothes hangers oops I mean.. ground hangers.


    No, I'm just a bit different than others. I also have taste and am artistic.


    I told you already. I am not Patrick. I am IamAnoobieCheez who is inspired with Patrick's stuff. As for the trance music in his videos, I love them. Some of them are just awesome. I am trying to buy a copy from the artist, but having trouble getting it as it's old ('90's).


    I am getting worried though. It's been over 5 weeks and i still haven't received my power cord and ground hanger (in the same package).

    If I don't receive it, I can't give any feedback about the product! I paid a lot of money for this package, I mean a lot. Don't ask.


    cheez

    So, do you or do you not have this "ground hanger" yet?

    Here you claim your have it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOokAsESpE0

    Yet numerous times on the forums you mention it has not yet shipped.

    Also I find it amusing that you think USB cables (protip: digital signal) will affect your audio that much.. but then again look at the rest of your claims I guess.

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    I think the funniest thing about hat video (other than the tin foil behind the monitor) is that the "ground hanger" is being placed on the monitor, not on the PC.. let alone that the video is 2 years old and on an XP system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STEvil View Post
    So, do you or do you not have this "ground hanger" yet?

    Here you claim your have it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOokAsESpE0

    Yet numerous times on the forums you mention it has not yet shipped.

    Also I find it amusing that you think USB cables (protip: digital signal) will affect your audio that much.. but then again look at the rest of your claims I guess.

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    I think the funniest thing about hat video (other than the tin foil behind the monitor) is that the "ground hanger" is being placed on the monitor, not on the PC.. let alone that the video is 2 years old and on an XP system.
    For some reason that clip reminds me of the "Blair Witch Project"...
    Not sure if it's the shaky video, the Windows load screen appearing to be crying, or all the twisted gear involved!
    Regardless, it all seems like a bunch of super-natural crap to me...

    If your really serious Cheez, you obviously have too much money to throw around!

    Maybe Kain proposed so you can send $10k to build a transporter to get there faster...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanometer View Post
    Or the troll with the highest ever post count
    Can't believe this is still going on. We shouldn't be subject to this kind of nonsense and stupidity on a forum like this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scubar View Post
    This thread is pretty amusing at the clear attempt of trolling. Would probably be easier to just slap a ban on the Op and be done with it. Its not like they provide anything beneficial to the forums anyway.
    Got my vote for this one!

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    If your really serious Cheez, you obviously have too much money to throw around!
    But not the brains to handle that money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EniGmA1987 View Post
    Just so you know, RCA is more considered low end. At best it can only be considered mid-grade. High end things use a properly balanced connector or a proprietary connector of their own design that is balanced. RCA is a generic unbalanced interconnect that is only used anymore for consumer grade receivers.
    RCA supports wide range of audio equipment. The ones you are referring to have poor quality connectors. The ones I am referring to are the single-ended RCA cables and connectors found in mid-to-high end audio components. They are made of better quality and used for professional audio as well. The balanced connectors are another option, XLR for example, but is limited in compatibility. You also need good XLR cables to benefit from audio quality.


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    Quote Originally Posted by STEvil View Post
    So, do you or do you not have this "ground hanger" yet?

    Here you claim your have it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOokAsESpE0

    Yet numerous times on the forums you mention it has not yet shipped.
    No I don't have it. The Ground Hanger is included in the package (power cable) Patrick says... but I have not received the package, and has been 5.3 weeks which is retarded. He told me to check my local USPS office today to see what sup.


    Also I find it amusing that you think USB cables (protip: digital signal) will affect your audio that much.. but then again look at the rest of your claims I guess.

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    I think the funniest thing about hat video (other than the tin foil behind the monitor) is that the "ground hanger" is being placed on the monitor, not on the PC.. let alone that the video is 2 years old and on an XP system.
    The difference will be smaller if you have poor quality performing speakers. With bunny ears you should be able to tell the difference, even with a little pair of speakers. This USB cable talk is really old.

    From what I heard, you can place as many hangers as you would like on various electronic components, whether be a TV, PC monitor, receiver / amp, pre-amp, sound card, laptop, gaming console, external hard drive, STB, etc etc etc.


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    This is the most ridiculous thread yet I am fascinated by the Op's apparently inexhaustible ability to play conversational hopscotch whilst defecating from his face hole.
    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Nonsense,

    There is no spoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elloquin View Post
    This is the most ridiculous thread yet I am fascinated by the Op's apparently inexhaustible ability to play conversational hopscotch whilst defecating from his face hole.
    Remind you of anyone ?

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    I dunno about you guys, but I find these threads very amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elloquin View Post
    This is the most ridiculous thread yet I am fascinated by the Op's apparently inexhaustible ability to play conversational hopscotch whilst defecating from his face hole.
    I run like Energizer. I can manage things pretty well.. I like that word "hopscotch" of yours. Thanks for the cool word.


    Guys, UPDATE:

    I stopped by at my local USPS office last night after work. The office lady sez she couldn't find my package.

    I called the International Inquiry Center this mornin' to find out what sup. They once again, told me to contact the sender and have him contact International Inquiry to investigate....

    Man, I am sick and tired of this waiting. I'm the person that can't stand waiting even for a few days and it's been taking nearly 6 weeks... I do not know if I will ever get the package. Maybe it's lost. I may wait upto two additional weeks and if I don't get it by then, I will have to ask for a refund. This is really sad.

    So let's put this thread to sleep for now.



    cheez
    Last edited by IamAnoobieCheez; 03-06-2013 at 06:41 AM.

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    Maybe the aliens intercepted it to repossess their secret technology...

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