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Thanks Albedo and have a better understanding of what you have been writing about in this thread.

post #302 of 304

The test by Swedish radio tells me something about the brains plasticity and the ability to rewire itself in a split-second. DBT-testing are cutting off the subconscious part of hearing and going all statistical, the rushing part that gets one excited and going ballistic gets ignored.

 

Not derailing this thread further by pointing out the flaws in blind testing -> http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/520756/the-flaws-in-blind-testing

 


Edited by Albedo - 11/1/10 at 1:34pm
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A fabulous post.   I highlighted the parts that I fully agree with and thought very important.


Agreed.  Though I wish that now the discussion is getting appropriate that it had not occurred in the Pink noise thread.  This should be in Prog Rock's.


Edited by Anaxilus - 11/1/10 at 12:13pm
post #304 of 304

I have started this thread and we could move the discussion there

 

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/520756/the-flaws-in-blind-testing#post_7029602

 

Albedo, would you copy and paste your post non 302 in response to the Swedish test there. Thanks.


Edited by Prog Rock Man - 11/1/10 at 12:51pm
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