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If you read my posts, I've described them. Didn't like the two 22g + 1 14g. set up. (So that means this is done four times - two to the negative terminals and two to the positive terminals.)
Everyday differences in audio are proven.In fact the listening tests have gotten so sensitive, that these small differences arn't audible when listening to music.
If they won't provide scientific proof, and they say anything like "you just need to hear it, and you'll understand", you're being swindled.
I have yet to read any PROOF, scientific or otherwise, that there is a significant (or even existent?) difference…
The DAC DAC 2 sound is more textured. Deeper imaging, blacker background. It's simply amazing! Maybe it's the lower noise. Maybe it's the lower distortion. I can say without a doubt that the DAC DAC 2 combined with the MEGAschino is the sweetest sounding setup I've heard yet!
In good listening tests, it's easy to confirm that differences were heard, although in very sensitive tests uncontrolled variables can mess up the results.But on the other hand it's hard (or impossible) to prove a negative.
So where is your evidence? I certainly have not seen nor heard about these easy to confirm sonic differences via good listening tests. How do you know the tests are good? Please provide an example that we can all read, because all I have ever heard is that all capacitors, wiring schemes, resistors, materials sound the same. I have yet to see anyone on any forums explain how one obtains 90-95% confidence that a sonic difference exists when 50% of the test group is in the bass increasing mode area while 50% is in the bass decreasing mode area of the venue. Please explain in detail.cheerssteve
This is an interesting read about that.https://www.dagogo.com/audio-by-van-alstine-abx-comparator-review-part-1-audio-store-wiring/
I have yet to see anyone on any forums explain how one obtains 90-95% confidence that a sonic difference exists when 50% of the test group is in the bass increasing mode area while 50% is in the bass decreasing mode area of the venue. Please explain in detail.
It is much easier to staistically show DUTs are different. And many of the “these sound the same” are extending a null ABX test to where it cannot go. ie many of those results are bogus. We have David Clark to thank for the broad misuse of ABX tests to “conclude" that many DUT do not sound different.dave
Virtually all testing is a fraud due to major procedural problems.
Indeed. A valid blind test is harder than many think.dave
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