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What is the best battery to use in a hi-fi remote to get the best sound, I have heard that the cheaper ones give a very thin sound.
 

Andrew Everard

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Sorry, haven't spent much time listening to remote handsets.

You could be on the verge of a consumer publishing revolution.
 
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make sure you use a humidifier in your room though to allow the optimal conditions for the remotes signal to travel to the amp and /or cd player
 

Gwyndy

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Why not go the whole hog and replace the remote with a Pronto or a Logitech, just think of the gain you'd make in sound quality then.
 
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The best remote of course would be one that you didn't notice was there, as if there was nothing between you and the music. No problem if you own a Densen then.
 
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I think you'll find that Homer Simpson recommends the use of a handgun for turning a television on and off, this is demonstrated in the episode where he joins the NRA. The uses are limitless.
 
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[quote user="tom83cat"]I think you'll find that Homer Simpson recommends the use of a handgun for turning a television on and off, this is demonstrated in the episode where he joins the NRA. The uses are limitless.[/quote]

Please officer. Don't shoot.....please..
 
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Following your comment, Vanman, I have connected my remote to a lead-acid car battery. I really didn't think it'd make any difference, but the soundstage is much wider and the noise floor [1] is much improved.

In fact, I was playing some tunes and the missus came in and said "B&gger me, that sounds good - what have you done? It sounds great!".

[1] What is noise floor anyway? I mean who hears 'noise'/hiss/interferance through the speakers on quiet bits? So what do people mean when they say the noise floor has improved? Really - someone help me here.
 

Clare Newsome

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[quote user="vanman"]
What is the best battery to use in a hi-fi remote to get the best sound, I have heard that the cheaper ones give a very thin sound.

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Trick question. As any audiophile knows, the additional of any remote control circuitry screws with purist hi-fi sound
 

JoelSim

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[quote user="vanman"]
What is the best battery to use in a hi-fi remote to get the best sound, I have heard that the cheaper ones give a very thin sound.
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Quality!
 

vinod_david

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[quote user="vanman"]
What is the best battery to use in a hi-fi remote to get the best sound, I have heard that the cheaper ones give a very thin sound.
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Ok. See you next Friday !
 

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