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Author: Doug Jane
Date: 09/13/2012
I'm confused! I suggested that you do some meaningfull measurements. I fully agree on the vagaries of the human ear. However it is also a very sensitive instrument, albeit variable.
That is why a Neumann sounds better to it than a Shure SM58.
I am reminded about the story of Geoff Emerick and one of the consoles at Air. He could hear a difference on a couple of channels, but was told they were the same as all others. It was later found that the termination resistors had been left off the transformers in these modules, resulting in frequency response anomalies above 20 kHz.  
 
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