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I have no problem with the test (and the results) – as far as it went. But it was hardly complete and to publish the results as the (implied) final word, with winners and losers, is premature.
Because some of the results were surprising, more testing should have been done to eliminate any chance of error. That’s just plain common sense, whether you’re a scientist or an engineer or whatever.
And for whatever reason, the testers have been unwilling to listen to ANY comments or suggestions (or criticisms), taking them VERY personally. That was not the intent, at least from this quarter. And their attacks back at those who were attempting to help just make me wonder what they have to hide.
I don’t particularly care what the testers backgrounds are, and how many umpteen years of broadcast engineering experience they claim to have and how many others support them for their own personal reasons. The testing could have been more rigorous, as per my previous posts.
Maybe next time it will be.