On Thursday 24 June 2010 00:55:29 Jonathan Gazeley wrote:
Many people today have a "stereo" where the two speakers are about 20cm awa=
from each other. Which makes it mono for any practical listening.
Other people listen to it in their car. Either they have a Maibach with a B=
sound-system, or each passenger will sit in front of one speaker and only h=
the other channel very thin =3D> Mono for all practical efforts.
And if they really like your music, they will listen to it from their mobil=
phone. Again in mono.
Even if we are living in the age of 5.1 and 7.1 and ambisonics, it is still=
important to have your music mono-compatible because we also live in the ag=
of really crappy sound systems (which incidentally intel named "high defini=
audio" aka hda, go figure)...
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