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    Quote Originally Posted by greenhomeelectronics View Post
    I have a CE approved toilet brush but it made my arse sore.
    You bring up a very valid point, now can you imagine what CE approved hifi sounds like, in fact I daren't even think about it, scary
    An amplifier is a musical instrument and not a measuring instrument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    What I want to know is does a CE-approved amplifier play Reggae music better. Can anyone help me out?

    Marco.
    Now now steady on Marco, reggae music has flabby bass. But is it flabby bass on CE or non-CE approved hifi?
    An amplifier is a musical instrument and not a measuring instrument.

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    I believe that CE-approved hi-fi has better timing and coherence so the flabby bass will be rendered with greater 'texture', similarly as Andrex delivers more 'softness' and superior 'palpability' to Asda's 'Taste the Difference' toilet tissue, whereas non-CE approved hi-fi will render the flabby bass as 'farty' and lacking in 'solidity', akin to the bottom-wiping prowess of a soggy re-cycled chamois.

    Marco.
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    If I wanted information on commercial bollox that is CE approved just to fleece more mugs then i'd ask so in the hifi sections of the forum.
    The amp in question will be neither 'commercial bollox' nor CE approved as such for much longer.

    I can move this thread to some where within the hi-fi section.

    Solidstate,

    Your hostility towards me that is not exactly meant in jest is thinly veiled and unwarranted.

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