[Vwdiesel] Security... Miser's method

Area31 Research Facility stephensrw at stn.net
Wed Apr 27 14:59:17 EDT 2005

I'm not talking about hi-fi car systems.  I must point out that for every hi
fidelity car stereo there are 400,000 with crappy subwoofers but lots of
them and high power amps owned by low IQ kids and the end result of what
they drive is aptly called a "Fart Car".  The purpose of the package is to
cause serious hearing damage to the occupants of the car and annoy everyone
in the vicinity of the car.  Musical tastes of these morons vary but most of
them usually listen to cRAP.

So no, the end result is clearly NOT the same.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Shirley, Mark R" <MarkRShirley at eaton.com>
To: "James Hansen" <jhsg at sasktel.net>; <vwdiesel at vwfans.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 2:20 PM
Subject: RE: [Vwdiesel] Security... Miser's method

> Low IQ? High powered stereo?  Fooey. You haven't listened to
> Wagner then.
> That sucks the meat off the bones of most stereos. Subs are
> mandatory :-)
> -James (Beethoven lives upstairs) Hansen

I have to agree with James here.  Louder volumes can reveal nuances
to music that you just can't hear above ambient noise at lower volumes.
Almost any music will benefit from this, from hard rock to classical.
Most audiophiles (of which I do not qualify) have high powered systems
for this reason.

Then of course you have your punk kids who have loud volumes just to
try and impress their friends.  The reasons differ, but the end result
is the same.

James- ever tried Holsts' Planets suite at high volumes?  Mmmm....
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