Don't talk about decibels.... Let me just scream
Ok that's it.
I don't like the way the N504i implements decibels!!! It sounds weird and makes no sense!
And its not documented anywhere I can find.
Why don't we talk about some other more fun unitless quantity.
Is Viscosity unitless... I think so ... and its more fun then decibels.
Or is it Reynold's number? No its probably Reynold's number.
Curt Sampson wrote:
> On Mon, 26 May 2003, Ben Hutchings wrote:
> > (Though that doesn't stop people treating decibels as units.)
> Most people, when talking about "decibels" in everyday use, are talking
> about dbA, which are units. (They're directly convertable to Pascals.)
> The ones you look at on the meters on your tape machine are also units:
> dbM (convertable to millivolts and whatever you use to measure the
> magnetic strength on tape. (I have, thank god, switched to hard disk
> digital recording and forgotten most everything I know about tape
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Received on Tue May 27 06:34:37 2003