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Radium
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 1:14 am    Post subject: High-voltage low-amperage computer -- any advantages? Reply with quote

Hi:

Would a computer designed to use high-voltage, low-amperage have any
advantage over conventional computers? In this high-volt, low-amp PC,
all of the components [motherboard, cpu, memory, video system
(including the monitor), sound system (including the speakers)] rely on
the high-voltage, low-amperage electricity. Speakers and monitor are
purely digital and also use the high-voltage, low-amperage digital
electricity. Speakers do not contain any diaphragm, instead they rely
on "electrifying" the air -- similar to the Ionovac speaker -- to
produce sound. The electric current directly causes the air molecules
to vibrate and produce sound -- this makes it easy to reproduce
high-frequency sounds than using a conventional speaker.

In this system, the voltage is high but the amperage is low.

The wattage of this system, however is around the same as that of the
average PC.

In addition, the only insulator is air. Other than that its all
metallic conductors.

Though this PC uses wattages around the same as most other PCs, the
voltages required are enough to generate the bluish-white lights
similar to those emitted from stun-guns [another example of extremely
high-voltage, low-amperage equipment].

This is a "plasma" computer.


Thanks,

Radium
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Michael A. Terrell
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 2:14 am    Post subject: Re: High-voltage low-amperage computer -- any advantages? Reply with quote

Radium wrote:
Quote:

Hi:

Would a computer designed to use high-voltage, low-amperage have any
advantage over conventional computers? In this high-volt, low-amp PC,
all of the components [motherboard, cpu, memory, video system
(including the monitor), sound system (including the speakers)] rely on
the high-voltage, low-amperage electricity. Speakers and monitor are
purely digital and also use the high-voltage, low-amperage digital
electricity. Speakers do not contain any diaphragm, instead they rely
on "electrifying" the air -- similar to the Ionovac speaker -- to
produce sound. The electric current directly causes the air molecules
to vibrate and produce sound -- this makes it easy to reproduce
high-frequency sounds than using a conventional speaker.

In this system, the voltage is high but the amperage is low.

The wattage of this system, however is around the same as that of the
average PC.

In addition, the only insulator is air. Other than that its all
metallic conductors.

Though this PC uses wattages around the same as most other PCs, the
voltages required are enough to generate the bluish-white lights
similar to those emitted from stun-guns [another example of extremely
high-voltage, low-amperage equipment].

This is a "plasma" computer.

Thanks,

Radium


No, this is another of your pathetic attempts to troll the
sci.electronics newsgroups.


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Radium
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 3:07 am    Post subject: Re: High-voltage low-amperage computer -- any advantages? Reply with quote

Michael A. Terrell wrote:
Quote:
Radium wrote:

Hi:

Would a computer designed to use high-voltage, low-amperage have any
advantage over conventional computers? In this high-volt, low-amp PC,
all of the components [motherboard, cpu, memory, video system
(including the monitor), sound system (including the speakers)] rely on
the high-voltage, low-amperage electricity. Speakers and monitor are
purely digital and also use the high-voltage, low-amperage digital
electricity. Speakers do not contain any diaphragm, instead they rely
on "electrifying" the air -- similar to the Ionovac speaker -- to
produce sound. The electric current directly causes the air molecules
to vibrate and produce sound -- this makes it easy to reproduce
high-frequency sounds than using a conventional speaker.

In this system, the voltage is high but the amperage is low.

The wattage of this system, however is around the same as that of the
average PC.

In addition, the only insulator is air. Other than that its all
metallic conductors.

Though this PC uses wattages around the same as most other PCs, the
voltages required are enough to generate the bluish-white lights
similar to those emitted from stun-guns [another example of extremely
high-voltage, low-amperage equipment].

This is a "plasma" computer.

Thanks,

Radium



No, this is another of your pathetic attempts to troll the
sci.electronics newsgroups.

No. I am asking a serious questions and would appreciate serious
answers.

Quote:


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Alan B
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 3:39 am    Post subject: Re: High-voltage low-amperage computer -- any advantages? Reply with quote

On 20 Jul 2006 20:07:31 -0700, in message
<1153451251.300946.300570@h48g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>, "Radium"
<glucegen1@excite.com> scribed:

Quote:

Michael A. Terrell wrote:
Radium wrote:

Hi:

Would a computer designed to use high-voltage, low-amperage have any
advantage over conventional computers? In this high-volt, low-amp PC,
all of the components [motherboard, cpu, memory, video system
(including the monitor), sound system (including the speakers)] rely on
the high-voltage, low-amperage electricity. Speakers and monitor are
purely digital and also use the high-voltage, low-amperage digital
electricity. Speakers do not contain any diaphragm, instead they rely
on "electrifying" the air -- similar to the Ionovac speaker -- to
produce sound. The electric current directly causes the air molecules
to vibrate and produce sound -- this makes it easy to reproduce
high-frequency sounds than using a conventional speaker.

In this system, the voltage is high but the amperage is low.

The wattage of this system, however is around the same as that of the
average PC.

In addition, the only insulator is air. Other than that its all
metallic conductors.

Though this PC uses wattages around the same as most other PCs, the
voltages required are enough to generate the bluish-white lights
similar to those emitted from stun-guns [another example of extremely
high-voltage, low-amperage equipment].

This is a "plasma" computer.

Thanks,

Radium



No, this is another of your pathetic attempts to troll the
sci.electronics newsgroups.

No. I am asking a serious questions and would appreciate serious
answers.

Allrighty then. I'll take you at your word. All you have to do is
completely re-design the entire semiconductor and audio-visual industries.
It's a bit of a bite to chew, but have at it! Fill us in when you're done.
Although I'm afraid the concept exceeds the "basics" part of the newsgroup
charter (just a bit), I think it's a splendid project.
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Michael A. Terrell
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 5:03 am    Post subject: Re: High-voltage low-amperage computer -- any advantages? Reply with quote

Radium wrote:
Quote:

No. I am asking a serious questions and would appreciate serious
answers.


Your questions look like you are throwing darts at a bunch of words
and posting the hits as questions. If you really are serious you need
to pick up some basic books on electronics and learn how to ask valid
questions.


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