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Old 4th July 2007
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those people saying that you should use your ears and not your eyes are being a bit smart arsed....Although I agree with the "if it sounds good then it is good", there are times when your eyes might pick up problems that your ears would have problems distinguishing. DC offset is a classic example. High frequency (above 20khz) oscillations are another.