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RE: Soundstage & Imaging - Why the differences between amps?
Posted by Dmannnnn on October 13, 2009 at 18:34:29:
"My theory is there's a lot we don't yet know about electrical waveforms of energy transmission at some deep level that might explain some of this."
My thoughts exactly. There is alot of (audio) voodoo out there, but at some point new discoveries will be made to explain the differences we hear. Remember when neutrons, protons etc... were the smallest particles in existence... ? That wasn't so long ago, was it?
Who knows how many undiscovered parameters an analog audio signal contains? I was watching NOVA on PBS awhile back. It was the show about fractal geometry. It got me to imagining tiny micro-textures hiding in a seemingly fluid sine wave and... Oops, I spilled the bong.
I hope these discoveries come soon. Trial and error can get expensive.