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    Ear/brain processor

    I thought this information is important to consider, as our ear/brain is a processor too, keep clicking the next to read more.

    Interesting stuff IMO

    http://www.linearaudio.nl/musings-1.htm

    and this is also embeded in his site and very very interesting too

    http://www.linearaudio.nl/Documents/who%20is%20me.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomelex View Post
    I thought this information is important to consider, as our ear/brain is a processor too, keep clicking the next to read more.

    Interesting stuff IMO

    http://www.linearaudio.nl/musings-1.htm

    and this is also embeded in his site and very very interesting too

    http://www.linearaudio.nl/Documents/who%20is%20me.pdf

    Tom
    Interesting..
    Horizon(U.K. BBC science program) did a program on what we hear and see, or rather how the brain processes it and fills in the gaps to what it thinks we should hear and see..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodders View Post
    Interesting..
    Horizon(U.K. BBC science program) did a program on what we hear and see, or rather how the brain processes it and fills in the gaps to what it thinks we should hear and see..
    Yes, and I use the term "imagination" for how people react to stereo, as some claim to hear the real event, while others, such as myself, hear the tricks at the illusion but in no way the real event. Some folks minds just do better at filling in (or ignoring?) gaps, etc in the stereo reproduction chain. I think that program aired here and I vaguely remember watching it, but only part of it as my wife stumbled on it midway through.

    The concept that we dont even know what we think but that we sort of accept a thought out of our inner minds is wild enough......we are not who we think we are! ? Its crazy.

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