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The goons give out free frigates, cruisers,and even, IIRC, HACs to anyone that asks, so yeah, you couldn't be more wrong.
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This is why I like that, in Pennsylvania, institutions are billed for the cost of a false alarm. A minimum of $500 per incident.
It's amazing how common sense prevails when there's money involved.
You're full of shit, sorry. Cat5 is well within tolerance for i2c data transmission over any reasonable length... the signal would degrade well before the clock and data lines go out of sync.
I'm laughing my ass off. You don't seriously think the jitter caused by that miniscule difference in cable length will fool with anything designed to use twisted pair as an interconnect, do you?
We're not talking about memory busses running at several GHz, we're talking about relatively low-bandwidth interconnects between devices. And this is assuming that you're not encapsulating everything and just using ethernet signaling like everyone else in the pro audio world does.
The site even notes "We are sorry, but we couldn't find any First Class tickets available. You can try searching in different times or dates for available First Class tickets". Which is probably just as well."