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RE: [TCML] Check this out!

Yes saving them allows you to flip from one to another. If I had done that
blind and was asked the frequency differance *between* the two samples, I
would certainly have placed it larger than 10Hz. 


-----Original Message-----
From: tesla-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tesla-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Andrew Robinson
Sent: 30 August 2009 04:12
To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [TCML] Check this out!

So after reading the lasts few posts with Phil and Gary, I was about to 
comment saying... "Why on earth are you using 100bps in a SRSG?" and 
then it hit me two seconds later... DUH! 50Hz. Anywaz this got me 
thinking, and eventually thumbing through some old files in order to 
find these two wav files. Since they are .wav, they're kinda big but 
save um and listen. One is a 50Hz tone, the second is a 60Hz tone. 
Sometimes we get so caught up in the circuits, coils, and electricity of 
it all, I think some of us forget about the beauty and consistencies of  
physics and the laws of nature. Next time you're drawing a 60Hz arc from 
a NST or firing up your SRSG, listen again to these tones. Pretty cool!



~Andrew Robinson
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