In an earlier post about differences in sound in various ALS models, I mentioned in passing that I am now listening to trinaural sound, and recommend that if anybody wants to give it a listen, I could bring the necessary stuff to the CarverFest. The response has been underwhelming, to say the least, but perhaps nobody noticed the offer, as it was buried in other matters under discussion. Anyhow, here are two links that would bear a quick look for anybody interested in hearing music without the hole-in-the-middle effect that everybody has been accustomed to for fifty years:
The manufacturerâ€™s website, naturally somewhat argumentative: [url]http://url]www.ampzilla2000.com/trinaural.html[/url]
For a supposedly unbiased review: http://www.ampzilla2000.com/sensiblesoundreview.html
If interest develops, will still be glad to bring and set up the processor. I can bring everything thatâ€™s required (3-channel amp, regular preamp and player, wires, etc.) except speakers. No way my little car can hold speakers, but Dave S. tells me that, in 2007, speakers were rampant. Weâ€™d need to have a room, not too small, with a stereo pair PLUS a third identical type for the center. That (and my little tape measure) would do it.
I have two other places to travel to before the 10th, and so Iâ€™m leaving Wednesday AM the 3rd. Let me know before then if youâ€™re interested in such a demo and Iâ€™ll bring the stuff for it.