Originally posted by Him
The spinning hum, I'm sorry, but thats ridiculous. Thats not even a thing. Recordings are not picked up from inside the computer, they are picked up by microphones outside of the computer. And there is little to no noise interference with computer parts, they are all very well sheilded.
You can easily extract individual sounds from a recording, and a fan hum would be the utmost of easy to take out. Since tracks are illustrated as sine waves, a fan hum would be a constant straight line, occasionally going up or down. It would be one of the easiest tracks to identify and pull.
And if they can afford that case, they can afford a soundproof room.
1) If you say so..
2) good microphones can pick up a pin drop from 50'
3) There is a lot of noise interference from computers hence why you have to get high quality audio gear in order to make things sound good.
4) You can easily extract individual frequencies.. Who cares if there are music tones on those same frequencies.
5) Go into your bios and watch the fan speed of your cpu fan.. is it at a constant rpm? No, So the sound it creates will not be a constant frequency. This applies to all your computer parts.
6) Rough estimate on an iso booth would be 50k+.. So, spend a couple hundred extra on a fanless system.. or 50k on an iso booth.. hard decision.
I never said this case was worthwhile.. I'm just stating why people use fanless systems.
RicoDirenzo, thnx for proving my point