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Crazy? not really

The problem is our live conscious audio experience is made up of inputs from your two ears and your eyes and what you have experienced in your life, all these make up our audio experience and it's processed in your head without your awareness..

The problem with comparing two things without knowing which one your hearing is this reduces the entire process to only what you can hear with your two ears.
Proponents say well if you can't hear the difference why pay more etc, critics say this isn't anything like what one experiences when listening normally.

Which is right? both in a way but if one is engineering products other people will use with different choices of music, then the blind tests which show one better than another should not be ignored.

The flaws in audio equipment, especially loudspeakers can be heard very easily in a generation loss test, these do not tell you what to fix, but by hearing the problem more clearly, it often points the direction.
While modern electronics can pass several generations without being objectionable, loudspeakers rarely go past 2 generations.

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  • Crazy? not really - tomservo 05:47:33 03/17/17 (0)


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