- Jan 9, 2019
- St. Paul, MN
Well... that's so wrong from a easurements-point of view...The amp that drives your speakers is a hundred times better than the average headphone amp.
I would like to ask a sub question in this regard. Let's say we have a mono recording, for simplicity. Will it ever be possible for headphones in the future to make sure that the sound does not form inside the head but in the front with normal recordings? In nature there are very few sounds that we perceive inside our head. Except when we have phlegm in the ears or eat or pat on the forehead
And that's why I use ambiophonics
There is bit of truth or at least a high likelihood of being true in each point.https://hometheaterhifi.com/editorial/oped/how-do-headphones-compare-to-speakers/
Some shaky info here. Secrets used to be so much better.
If you'd like an extreme example of double tracking (or actually multi-multi tracking) try the Enya recordings. I think I read where her voice in most of the songs on Watermark were tracked 30 to 120 times. Sounds like it would be very tedious for her to record.
Oh, and my first record player was much like the one shown above. Used steel sewing needles you were told to replace every 100 hrs. My first radio was pocket AM with 9 transistors. So one up on the Emerson shown above.