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They heavily censor everything, yet for a while had topless news programs... Still do. Europe is a wild place in parts.TheScavenger said:If you think government having control in the internet is good...look at Venezuela or Europe where they very heavily censor everything. If you say anything bad in say UK on Twitter, they can somehow find you in a day or two, but somehow can't find rapists and murderers for years and then the rapist says he doesn't know what "no" means and they let him free and the person who says something bad on twitter spends years in prison.FlyByKnight said:TheScavenger said:Actually, neither.FlyByKnight said:I would love for everyone to honestly answer a simple question. An abridged response please.
Who do you think American tax payers have a better chance of influencing when there is something incorrect or unfair? The government or a billion dollar ISP?
Please think before you answer because the name calling and insult portion of this conversation follows shortly after.
If the government controls the internet, then you get heavy censoring (just look at Venezuela and recently many Europe countries that ban anything that they don't like because it hurts their feelings and go to prison for saying anything bad over a single twitter post lol. They treat it more of a crime for a negative twitter post than rape and murder). That hasn't happened in the US luckily, but it shows that government should not have access to internet for a free internet.
However, on the other side of things, billion dollar ISPs have a HUGE monopoly. There is very little choice. In my area, there is only one ISP to choose from if I want cable...many other off-brands are owned by these very few ISPs so even if you have another provider, chances are its owned by the multi billion dollar ISPs.
Neither choice is good. What there needs to be is more choices and more internet companies to choose from, that are high quality. Like pop up independent providers. I guess google is sorta in their internet thing, but they only chose small rural towns for some reason and haven't done much in a long time as far as I know. But google is again, a huge multi billion company...but at least its sorta another choice.
Right now however, most people literally get at most 3 providers if they are lucky they can choose from...then a bunch of an illusion of choices most likely still owned by one of the 3 providers. Or in my case, if I want cable, I literally only have one choice of a provider for internet.
So ISPs controlling the internet is as bad as the government controlling the internet...with the caveat that...government can still control the ISPs anyway so...really it doesn't make a difference at all
If you think ISPs should have control, that is just as bad as well since having a monopoly is never good for competition or making a better internet, though the government still really controls the ISPs so its not that big a difference.
So as I said, needs to be a 3rd choice. The internet shouldn't be owned by the government, nor owned by a monopoly of very few large internet companies.
Number of drivers has a significant factor in manipulating inaugural level and time difference. Single driver will output the sound, but it will do so in an almost analog manner. Considering the output directly from a sound card is not analog but instead pulse code and direct stream digital, the multiple drivers allow this process to be paralleled and thus working as intended in inaugural differences. Single driver would not and would instead take the virtual output and sound like 2.1.Gdemami said:No need to. Surround headphones is nonse.DMKano said:Listen to these https://www.amazon.com/1MORE-Headphones-Earphones-Compatible-Microphone/dp/B01A7G35S0
And then come back and tell me they don't sound better.
The reason stims from how does sound location work. The brain percieve a direction of incoming sound mainly due time and frequency differences betwen each our ear. That means the surround sound happens at audio processor, how well the sound is generated then is a matter of driver and mostly a shell/housing and the frame the driver is placed in and in that regard, single driver headphones produce superior sound quality.
Number of drivers is a non-factor when it comes to headphones since it cannot contribute to sound location in any meaningful way.