I know for a fact that red headphones are faster and have more bass. but only a red cable can do the trick.
but I don't know if that works for red car moose?
in an attempt to be rational and get past packaging, do you think we can ask 2 women to participate in a DBT with me? I'm ok to turn off the light and everything. I take objectivity very seriously.
I am pleased to report that it does work for a red car... physics teaches us why in this post:
...and I have a red car (A FIAT Abarth, no less, as in the post above!). And I will be driving it, filled with headphones, fast, from Ann Arbor (south east Michigan) to Chicago, leaving in just 8 hours, filled with headphones, to participate in the Chi UniFI headphone meet!!
great link, I'm clearly convinced by the sound reasoning in it. I had a theory that black cars would go faster because they heat up the air more, reducing the air density, thus reducing friction. sadly you can't benefit from that science as less air resistance means also less control on the breaks or when turning. maybe a black car with blue spoilers?
anyway clearly red is the best choice for fast car. what is puny air density when you can have light speed.