Does cold dry weather affect your SQ


Since the temperature has plunged into the twenties here, I’ve noticed the sound of my system thinning out with less body than usual.  Anyone else experienced this?
7c67ab18 c2ce 4b45 9523 fc4a71684ce0rvpiano
Nope. no problem here in the 'tropical' 30F temps.      
I wonder if the electrical in your area is an issue? lower than 117V?
In the ‘30s I was okay!  

Of course weather changes sound.

I'm surprised this question gets asked as much as it does. Not saying that it doesn't need to be, just that this is an obvious SQ discussion that makes a difference for every listener on the planet.

MG

The barometric pressure. Low vs high. Humidity,          
I keep my apartment at 80F year round.. (Maybe 83F in Summer LOL)
@rvpiano, 
You have forced air, if I remember. So, with the cold temps come lowered humidity. You might want to get a small humidifier and see if that helps.

I have cast iron baseboard heating, which is pretty dry too. I haven't noticed much difference in sound quality.
Bob
All you need for adding water to the air is a bowl or two of water laying around. Bigger around surface to the air the better.
At CES Allen Chang of Golden Sound and I placed bowls of ice water with roses in them 🌹 out in front of the speakers for a more transparent fuller sound.
Invariably, when I sense that something is 
"off," sound-wise, it's because I was too lazy to run the portable
air ionizer for a few minutes.  I think a key to consistently
good sound is treating the air in the room.

Make sense?
A good bourbon or scotch does the trick for me!🥃
I whole heartedly agree with Tom 6897 ;-)
Gee, talk about your lush presentation. 😬
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