Spam ? - Purer BS

John Teller jsteller at
Sun Feb 20 22:35:15 CST 2005

 I like the quaint and rather archaic use of the verb "pressing" as applied to CDs.  Pressing is how one produced LPs and the like - nasty old "analog" recordings.  Some people will swear that attaching cow magnets to automobile fuel lines improves mileage and performance, and that those cute little stickers really do improve your cellphone's coverage.  What next, cold fusion and perpetual motion machines?  It boggles the mind...  And then there are these guys:

--- JST

---- Andre Kesteloot <andre.kesteloot at> wrote: 
> A reader who desires to remain anonymous, just sent me the following 
> explanation as regards "the chip that can purify the sound of your CD 
> player":
> > André, thanks but you did not tell us how it works, so I have included 
> > a description:
> > The signals in the CDs / DVDs are distorted in the course of pressing. 
> > In fact, the codes have not been lost in the pressing. Instead, the 
> > digital codes are misplaced. For example, one code should have been in 
> > position A and it is not. Then the position is blank. This causes 
> > distortion. The code has not been lost in the pressing. Instead, it 
> > has been placed in position B. This signal then turns into the 
> > background noise. The JS intelligent chip can make the protons of the 
> > material that the CD/DVD is made of produce resonance, through which 
> > the order of digital codes of the CD/DVD is resumed and the codes are 
> > rearranged to their original places. So the upgraded CD/DVD can get 
> > back all the things in the master disk. And the background noise will 
> > disappear. The upgraded disk will perform just like the master disk.
> >
> >  
> I, for one, am glad to be able to understand, finally, where the 
> distortion on my CDs comes from...
> 73
> André

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