Originally Posted by haloxt
Blind testing must be modified to deal with the possibility of people wrongly providing data suggesting no cable differences when there may indeed be a difference.
There's nothing that needs to be modified as there is nothing about blind testing which dictates that because someone wasn't able to demonstrate actual audible differences that there are no or there can be no actual audible differences.
All it says is that it hasn't been shown to be so.
Or to put it another way, absence of proof is not proof of absence.
So anyone telling you that just because some blind test hasn't shown something to be so therefore it isn't so or can't possibly be so, doesn't know what they're talking about.