you talk about your system a lot so would be interesting to hear yours
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OK, but the point of this exercise is more to hear how the room sounds in a recording, not how my system sounds. If you think that’s interesting I’ll do it. I doubt you can tell much about my system.
Do I talk that much about it? I just use it as a reference in large part because I’ve measured it a lot, so we can compare what I’m hearing to measurements. Like when I say there’s bass, in a 6.5" woofer, its good to have the measurements.
I will probably be moving to South Carolina this year to a much more visitor and stereo friendly home. When I do I’ll be inviting audiophiles to come and listen.
I’ve actually already done this a bunch of times! I’ll record the same song on various systems as well, to compare.
For playback, I use an audioquest red dragonfly, jitterbug, and periodic audio beryllium iems.
What might be interesting is if we pick a few songs, maybe 2 or 3, we all record them on our phone then upload them to you tube so we can compare.
Does anyone want to do this? If so, maybe someone with the knowledge of how to upload videos to you tube can chime in and explain the process!
Back to the thread, I think recording your video and listening to it will let you hear how much room interactions come into play. I’ve become very sensitive to poor sounding rooms and the effect they have on playback. My treated listening room is one of the most zen feeling places I know of!