Originally Posted by dbphd
What misinformation? I believe my guilty act was commenting that the used Ayre C-5xeMP I had just purchased sounds superb, especially with CDs, to which i received the castigation that it could sound no better than the least expensive disc player, because they all sound the same in "unbiased" listening tests. But when asked for documentation of those tests by skeptical posters, there has been just a lot of handwaving by the self-proclaimed experts. I was surprised when this thread showed up in my user CP this morning, because I thought I had deleted it. But I see you and your cohort are still at it. Has your work ever been published in a major referred journal? Mine has, in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
The fact that you've had a paper printed in the JASA is only relevant if that paper describes work that is relevant to the topic of this thread. Please explain while providing specifics.
To explain my question, here are the articles in the current JASA
Application of subharmonics for active sound design of electric vehicles
Requirements for the evaluation of computational speech segregation systems
Semi-analytical computation of acoustic scattering by spheroids and disks
Dissipation of acoustic-gravity waves: An asymptotic approach
Low-frequency vocalizations of sei whales (Balaenoptera borealis) in the Southern Ocean
Selective adaptation in sound lateralization is not due to a repulsion effect
For more details here is a link the the above and brief descriptions of the articles: http://scitation.aip.org/content/asa....x-aip-live-06
I frankly can't see how any of these articles are relevant to this thread, particularly the one about whales. Please explain how they are relevant.