A simple evaluation tool.
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Dennis Boyle of Chimera Labs sent me a link to this evaluation tool he uses. I'm not associated with him in anyway and asked him if I can post it here. If I'm breaking some form of etiquette please remove this post.

It's a simple graph system. You use the list of terms to evaluate the sound numerically, one (lowest) thru 9 (highest/best). It works like a shooting target, the closer to the center the higher the score. This way you can accurately quantify a tweak or modification. Being a graph it’s easier to visually grasp the information. Then you can read the specifics.

http://home.att.net/~chimeraone/audioreviewtool.html

http://home.att.net/~chimeraone/audiotestgraph1.html

http://home.att.net/~chimeraone/audiotestgraph2.html

I’m not aware of anyone here using a similar tool and I though this would be a good way for people to establish a common language. Everyone else might understand the terms people use in reviews but it does get confusing sometimes, at least for me.

He asked if anyone had suggestions on improving the tool to let him know.

As a side note he said all the Raytheon 5751’s with the cross shaped getter have been sold. Looks like we got them all.
 
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