Quoting all of you would just take up space, so I will reference post #. I recommend to the forum scripters that this be made possible (type in #... and have it show up as a hover-over so that the quote shows up when hovered by the mouse) or that someone show me how if it already is.
AES #11, 14: Yes, the AES. I am looking into this. I am currently at a junior college, but I will find out if my transfer location has this available.
80hz #11, 14, 15, 16: I appreciate the effort Bill, but all of that science falls into implications of the [bracketedtext] of my first post (so I am aware of most things like that). My understanding is that localization is a curve indicating that it becomes increasingly difficult at lower frequencies to localize sound and that the standard deviation calculations lead to 80hz as the common standard.
#12: My current outlook is a focus on 3D sound, both recorded and synthesized (like object-oriented). No military stuff, don't worry
WhatDoIKnow #13, 14: I could not think of a better word than denounce. Others incorrectly understanding studies and then passing it on(including to me, who might take it as fact) is what I'm worried about. Be careful. That's why I need to read them myself (Surprise! I haven't). I also need to experience the phenomena myself, so I need to figure out a way to do that. In my own room (and in a couple others), wherever I've placed the sub, I've always had a sensation of left/right bass depending on the sub's location. Measurements indicate inaudible THD levels, so that's why I want to hear this phenomenon in a more controlled setting.