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ABX testing consensus on the question of audibility

Discussion in 'Sound Science' started by safulop, May 31, 2015.
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  1. StanD
    There's no need to add a valid reason to the pile of poor excuses.
  2. arnyk
    You can set up whatever rules you would like for yourself, but I'm not going to waste my time reinventing the wheel.
  3. StanD
    And so you have your own wheel.
  4. arnyk
    No, I have the wheel that Science provided me with.
  5. StanD
    You hold on far too tight.
  6. arnyk
    Based on what reliable standard?
  7. Imnotdriving23
    A funny fact with the validity of Abx testings...

    Is that published blindtests in food and vine.... Food gourmets and restaurant reviewers prefered dog food over luxury food..

    And in color of odors Vine experts and someliers thought cheap white vine was an expensive bourdax.

    Does that mean we should prepp and store dogfood and Sangria???

    Or should we consern and be sceptical to both our brains limitations and Abx testings?
  8. castleofargh Contributor
    abx is a test used to demonstrate that we can notice a difference between 2 similar things. your examples are not about abx at all.
    but yes, given the right "packaging" and pep talk, a human can be fooled into thinking and feeling very differently.
    Speedskater likes this.
  9. bigshot
    Can you let me know what particular dog food tested better than people food? I'd like to try it. What specifically were they comparing it to? Paté? Was it canned? I drink cheap wine. I've found one I really like better than some of the more expensive wines. Nothing wrong with that. Chin chin!
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  10. Imnotdriving23
    I drink cheap vine too, use some cheap cables I've got free called Forest...

    The food was duck Pate

    The vine published test is called color of odors by Morrot
  11. bigshot
    I want to try the dog food! I ate Recipe Brand Dog Food once (the kind that Lassie eats). It wasn't bad at all. I heard that if you could only eat one kind of food for the rest of your life, the only thing that would give you all the nutrition you need is kibble dog food. Milk comes in at a distant second.

    I get the dog food comparison though. Some people just don't like liver. I ate one bite of the liver ball in the Recipe can and threw it away. The rest was OK. Walter Kendall Fives dog biscuits are OK too, but not the black ones that are charcoal flavored.
    Last edited: Sep 1, 2019
  12. Glmoneydawg
    good to know.....my impending retirement is looking good :wink:
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