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Okay, I can't actually tell if this is a spoof or not. is this for real? The acting is too good.
 

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Okay, okay....it's a spoof. Really convincing job portraying the ridiculousness though!
Until he got to the part about getting 11 out of 20 right though, I was still very much on the fence about whether he was being serious or not.
 

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There is also what I might call euphonic air. It isn't pure, but the impurities make it better than pure air. Certain plants, especially if being grown hydroponically in the listening area (and no I'm not talking about marijuana(and know I'm not excluding marijuana)) release phytochemicals. These plants while also filtering and removing some contaminants from the air are releasing phytochemcials into the listening room. These phytochemicals can combat mold, fungi, bacteria and viruses. They will keep the listener healthier than if he/she only lives in pure hepa filtered air. I could only surmise they'll sound more musical than pure filtered air, and such will be the health of the listener his/her mood will be improved vs pure filtered air. These most obviously will combat 'sterile', 'hi-fi' sound from analytical systems.
epiphytes are good air plants
 
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But... what power cord should I use with the air purifier? And did you try a different fuse? You're not going to get the best clarity if you don't replace the power supply with an LPS. And did you do anything about jitter in the fan rotor? That needs to be addressed, too. Say what you want, but there's still a lot of room for improvement!
Does the air purifier need its own mains group so the air particals captured do not polute the mains ?
Isn't placement crucial for balanced sound ? When it is closer to one speaker it might create imbalance.
The two of you are going to get a PM from me in the future to look over my next script, and add improvements like this. Maybe now the best thing to do is a follow up video with dust particle analysis.

Did you know the average household creates 40 lbs of dust per year. How is your bass going to sound with a 40 lb weight sitting between your sub and your ears? That can't be good for sound quality.
 
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