CD or not CD?
- It could do with a thorough review and fact check - David Gerard (talk) 19:23, 12 March 2016 (UTC)
- It seems excessively technical.
As a general comment 'no matter how good, expensive or 'technically complex' the equipment it will not make bad recordings/music sound good. (Ditto TV programs - 'whatever low lines early TV was' versus UHDTV.
The advantages of vinyl
... are, in part, the usual ones of physical items over digitised materials and links.
Dental fillings and picking up radio channels
- Although it is technically feasible (one guy simulated a tooth filling sensitive to RF - by placing a diode on his tongue) the unique conditions required and the rarity of those conditions occurring naturally makes "tooth fillings picking up radio stations" more of a busted urban myth than an actual phenomena. Leuders (talk) 16:24, 16 August 2017 (UTC)
- 'Weird things do happen' - and sometimes eg a humorous comment ('You have so much metal in your mouth you could pick up radio'/'a dentist used amalgam to solder a loose wire in his radio' etc) gets transformed into 'fact.' (I have made up both statements purely as examples).
- What is the history of the idea - and does it link with James Bond and other 'fancy spy devices'? Anna Livia (talk) 16:52, 16 August 2017 (UTC)