range of hearing. The phase shifts might still be audible at the low end of
On December 31, 2012 03:39:45 PM Charles Henry wrote:
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 3:17 PM, Neil wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 2:57 PM, Charles Henry wrote:
Gabba gabba hey!
Caught you off guard, eh? My my what a long thread...
Happy new year y'all.
Just an offside comment and question:
I've repaired a lot of subwoofers.
After repair we had to let them run by themselves with audio.
I noticed a very strange phenomenon with all of them.
When you listen to a subwoofer all by itself, the music which
comes out of it seems to be noticeably off-key, until you
turn up the rest of the audio system.
For example, take oh, say the bass guitar in Ozzy's "Crazy Train".
The bass would sound like it's playing in say G rather than F#.
Then I would turn up the rest of the system, and all of a sudden
everything sounded correct.
At first I thought it was my proximity to the sub, or some kind
of atmospheric effect similar to helium and the human voice.
But it's weird that the effect instantly disappears when you
turn up the rest of the system.
Has anyone else ever noticed this?
Of the MusE project.
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