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(Berkeley)   Particle physicist wins $625K "genius grant" for using high-resolution imaging of grooves to digitize and play 135-year-old recordings. Suddenly your tube-based audiophile stereo isn't so impressive any more   (alumni.berkeley.edu) divider line 2
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2013-10-02 01:02:29 AM
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Only 135 years? Pfft!

Archaeoacoustics
2013-10-01 09:12:55 PM
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Yeah, but he didn't use pure silver Monster cables to transfer the data to the speakers, so he might as well have just farted loudly.
 
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