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Why just "sample" when you can hear the real thing; I'm hearing the 
Emerson Quartet next month, LIVE!! 

Reminds me of the story of the "Hi-Fi" addict who went to his first live 
concert and was heard to mutter on his way out, "Too much bass, too much 
bass".

Rod Stephens
Family Theater Productions

Michael Ridderbusch wrote:

>Unfortunately I sampled the Moeran quartet in Eb.
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>Unbelievable. I don't suppose it would help to suggest playing only
>quartets in
>E Major (Haydn, Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Paganini)?
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>dl
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>Michael Ridderbusch wrote:
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>>Perhaps someone knows the answer to this.
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>>I recently purchased a top of the line receiver by yamaha,
>>the rx-v740, only to discover that its fan produces an audible e
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>below
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>>middle c
>>which makes it useless to me when listening to chamber music, or any
>>music
>>where amplitude has peaks and valleys.
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>>Is it normal for the fan to be audible?
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>>Is this a design trend, or are there superlative amplifiers out
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>there
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>>without fans,
>>or at least without noisy fans?
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>>If a fan is noiseless, will it get noisier with age?
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