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Old 04-12-2001, 01:53 PM
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This thread is mainly directed at the experienced Automoive Technician.

Does the idea of Audio Files (not to large) appeal to you in the aid of mechanical diagnosis?

What I had in mind is possibly members sending in a recording of conditions that produce a noticeable noise.

This could be accomplished via freeware/shareware available to download off the web for free, a recorder such as hand held cassette($20) or something more sophisticated such as a MiniDisk player/recorder ($200) and a microphone. Then via the software, the audio could be converted into a wav file (for example) that can be listened to by you after uploaded to the web.

Basically, would this method help and would you guys be receptive to the idea???

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Old 04-12-2001, 08:09 PM
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I don't think I would have a use for this, but YOU are obviously using your brain! I like that. I think of myself as a junior inventor.

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