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mirrorsawlljk
post Oct 19 2005, 03:03
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I happened to pick up an issue of stereophile at a record store I visited and I was pretty shocked to see a seemingly intelligent person in the correspondence section bashing double blind testing as being unreliable. I'm afraid I don't understand his angle of attack. I don't see how anything could be a more reliable test of sound quality differences than a properly conducted double blind listening test.

I'm almost afraid to read the rest of the magazine if this is the kind of letter they think is worth publishing. Is there an audio magazine that isn't filled with this kind of thinking?
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onthejazz
post Oct 19 2005, 10:03
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Interesting publication. I like it, too bad its not in full production anymore. Thanks much for the link. Anybody have any more quality sources?
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Donunus
post Oct 19 2005, 11:00
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The writer of the letter in stereophile is incorrect in saying double blind tests are unreliable but he has a point. I do abx tests in foobar to compare different files a lot but there just are too many songs to abx to make sure all of one formats files are as good as the other ex. mp3 vs aac vs wav, etc... The thing I always notice though is that when using the analytical side of the brain(abx testing) only certain parts of the music is being focused and the emotional side of the music isn't being analyzed, therefore the goosebump factor of the sound the way the music delivers emotion cannot be analyzed! Its very hard to have the left and right side of the brain working at the same time.

My Example for this is when doing an abx of one particular song, I passed the test in foobar with flying colors(100% on abx test) but thought the differences were not really significant enough to make me keep the wav files from the cds and kept only the mp3s. After a few weeks of listening to the mp3s and really getting to know and love the songs better, I tried just popping the cd in for a listen... wow, goosebumps.... The parts I loved in the songs i was listening to gave me goosebumps for the first time. Now thats music! The feeling is lost on some parts of the mp3. And that was with my pc using sennheisers, not even my high end home rig.

Its not totally reliable to trust abx testing for determining the enjoyment one gets from his music because human memory can only remember only a certain number of seconds at a time like in an abx test. Its good for making codecs for eliminating artifacts but abx testing a few seconds of one song does not determine the accuracy of the dynamics of the whole piece. All the buildup of sound, the emotion! Bash me now but I have been an audiophile for more than 15 years and I am only 31, and have been a music lover since 5 years old. I know what I'm talking about. Listening to a bad stereo system, I can hear differences between different files for example but I don't really tend to care whether I am listening to the mp3 or the wav version. But with a very involving music system, the mp3 can sometimes put a damper on the fun factor of the song.

Also, stereophile loves posting "gray area" letters. I love that magazine. They exaggerate things sometimes but overall they are very accurate the way they subjectively describe the audio quality of equipment.
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post Oct 19 2005, 20:20
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QUOTE (Donunus @ Oct 19 2005, 05:00 AM)
The writer of the letter in stereophile is incorrect in saying double blind tests are unreliable but he has a point. I do abx tests in foobar to compare different files a lot but there just are too many songs to abx to make sure all of one formats files are as good as the other ex. mp3 vs aac vs wav, etc... The thing I always notice though is that when using the analytical side of the brain(abx testing) only certain parts of the music is being focused and the emotional side of the music isn't being analyzed, therefore the goosebump factor of the sound the way the music delivers emotion cannot be analyzed! Its very hard to have the left and right side of the brain working at the same time.

My Example for this is when doing an abx of one particular song, I passed the test in foobar with flying colors(100% on abx test) but thought the differences were not really significant enough to make me keep the wav files from the cds and kept only the mp3s. After a few weeks of listening to the mp3s and really getting to know and love the songs better, I tried just popping the cd in for a listen... wow, goosebumps.... The parts I loved in the songs i was listening to gave me goosebumps for the first time. Now thats music! The feeling is lost on some parts of the mp3. And that was with my pc using sennheisers, not even my high end home rig.

Its not totally reliable to trust abx testing for determining the enjoyment one gets from his music because human memory can only remember only a certain number of seconds at a time like in an abx test. Its good for making codecs for eliminating artifacts but abx testing a few seconds of one song does not determine the accuracy of the dynamics of the whole piece. All the buildup of sound, the emotion! Bash me now but I have been an audiophile for more than 15 years and I am only 31, and have been a music lover since 5 years old. I know what I'm talking about. Listening to a bad stereo system, I can hear differences between different files for example but I don't really tend to care whether I am listening to the mp3 or the wav version. But with a very involving music system, the mp3 can sometimes put a damper on the fun factor of the song.

Also, stereophile loves posting "gray area" letters. I love that magazine. They exaggerate things sometimes but overall they are very accurate the way they subjectively describe the audio quality of equipment.
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The point of double-blind testing is to make sure that you're getting goosebumps over something you actually hear, and not something you expect to hear. The whole point is to try to evaluate what you're hearing without knowing whether it's the original or the lossy encode. That shouldn't remove the "emotional" part of it, just make sure that you're reacting based upon something that is really there, and not what you want to hear or what you expect to hear.
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post Oct 20 2005, 01:51
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QUOTE (Danimal @ Oct 20 2005, 03:20 AM)
QUOTE (Donunus @ Oct 19 2005, 05:00 AM)
The writer of the letter in stereophile is incorrect in saying double blind tests are unreliable but he has a point. I do abx tests in foobar to compare different files a lot but there just are too many songs to abx to make sure all of one formats files are as good as the other ex. mp3 vs aac vs wav, etc... The thing I always notice though is that when using the analytical side of the brain(abx testing) only certain parts of the music is being focused and the emotional side of the music isn't being analyzed, therefore the goosebump factor of the sound the way the music delivers emotion cannot be analyzed! Its very hard to have the left and right side of the brain working at the same time.

My Example for this is when doing an abx of one particular song, I passed the test in foobar with flying colors(100% on abx test) but thought the differences were not really significant enough to make me keep the wav files from the cds and kept only the mp3s. After a few weeks of listening to the mp3s and really getting to know and love the songs better, I tried just popping the cd in for a listen... wow, goosebumps.... The parts I loved in the songs i was listening to gave me goosebumps for the first time. Now thats music! The feeling is lost on some parts of the mp3. And that was with my pc using sennheisers, not even my high end home rig.

Its not totally reliable to trust abx testing for determining the enjoyment one gets from his music because human memory can only remember only a certain number of seconds at a time like in an abx test. Its good for making codecs for eliminating artifacts but abx testing a few seconds of one song does not determine the accuracy of the dynamics of the whole piece. All the buildup of sound, the emotion! Bash me now but I have been an audiophile for more than 15 years and I am only 31, and have been a music lover since 5 years old. I know what I'm talking about. Listening to a bad stereo system, I can hear differences between different files for example but I don't really tend to care whether I am listening to the mp3 or the wav version. But with a very involving music system, the mp3 can sometimes put a damper on the fun factor of the song.

Also, stereophile loves posting "gray area" letters. I love that magazine. They exaggerate things sometimes but overall they are very accurate the way they subjectively describe the audio quality of equipment.
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The point of double-blind testing is to make sure that you're getting goosebumps over something you actually hear, and not something you expect to hear. The whole point is to try to evaluate what you're hearing without knowing whether it's the original or the lossy encode. That shouldn't remove the "emotional" part of it, just make sure that you're reacting based upon something that is really there, and not what you want to hear or what you expect to hear.
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Well, with mp3, even 320. I have passed foobar abx with many samples from my own cds compared to the original with flying colors. What I am saying is I cannot get goosebumps while I am in the analyzing mode cause I am not really listening to the music but to different aspects of the sound while doing the abx test. I do hear the differences and although they are not really that big from an analysis standpoint, they become bigger when listening for enjoyment. Some songs will just lose some life when encoded to mp3.
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post Oct 20 2005, 08:48
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QUOTE (Donunus @ Oct 20 2005, 02:51 AM)
Well, with mp3, even 320. I have passed foobar abx with many samples from my own cds compared to the original with flying colors. What I am saying is I cannot get goosebumps while I am in the analyzing mode cause I am not really listening to the music but to different aspects of the sound while doing the abx test. I do hear the differences and although they are not really that big from an analysis standpoint, they become bigger when listening for enjoyment. Some songs will just lose some life when encoded to mp3.
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What you are saying is contradictional. You say that when you are paying close attention to the music you hear less difference than when you do casual listening. That is very odd and seems to be more related to expectation.


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post Oct 21 2005, 04:10
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QUOTE (stephanV @ Oct 20 2005, 03:48 PM)
QUOTE (Donunus @ Oct 20 2005, 02:51 AM)
Well, with mp3, even 320. I have passed foobar abx with many samples from my own cds compared to the original with flying colors. What I am saying is I cannot get goosebumps while I am in the analyzing mode cause I am not really listening to the music but to different aspects of the sound while doing the abx test. I do hear the differences and although they are not really that big from an analysis standpoint, they become bigger when listening for enjoyment. Some songs will just lose some life when encoded to mp3.
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What you are saying is contradictional. You say that when you are paying close attention to the music you hear less difference than when you do casual listening. That is very odd and seems to be more related to expectation.
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What I'm saying is not contradictory. All I'm saying is one cannot abx enjoyment because the enjoyment factor can only be realized when listening to the music casually. How can one enjoy the music as a whole when abx testing when youre busy listening to different aspects of the sound of a clip. Its a clinical procedure, not an emotional one.

I do not mean that I "hear" less of a difference. What I mean is that the differences that I hear during analytical mode don't mean as much to me at that moment compared to when I listen to the music for enjoyment. When enjoying the music sometimes I think that I am tired of the song that I am listening to or feel bored but get more emotional or even cry when listening to the original. The analogy is exactly like listening to music in a different mental state. try listening when you are drunk and sober. The experience is different. Just like listening when you are analyzing isnt as emotional as listening deeply to the soul of the music. At the time you are listening emotionally, you are not pinpointing the artifacts. The music speaks for itself. Sort of like placebo but this time it is not expectation bias, Its just the way it is whether or not I know which source cd is playing. To ramble even more, Its just like listening to music with different stereo systems. one is a more emotional experience, one is dull and boring. I hope you got what I meant. Its audiophile hocus pocus at work
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QUOTE (Donunus @ Oct 21 2005, 05:10 AM)
I do not mean that  I "hear" less of a difference. What I mean is that the differences that I hear during analytical mode don't mean as much to me at that moment compared to when I listen to the music for enjoyment. When enjoying the music sometimes I think that I am tired of the song that I am listening to or feel bored but get more emotional or even cry when listening to the original. The analogy is exactly like listening to music in a different mental state. try listening when you are drunk and sober. The experience is different. Just like listening when you are analyzing isnt as  emotional as listening deeply to the soul of the music. At the time you are listening emotionally, you are not pinpointing the artifacts. The music speaks for itself. Sort of like placebo but this time it is not expectation bias, Its just the way it is whether or not I know which source cd is playing. To ramble even more, Its just like listening to music with different stereo systems. one is a more emotional experience, one is dull and boring. I hope you got what I meant. Its audiophile hocus pocus at work

But the problem is that this is not blinded. You KNOW you have put the CD in the tray. You KNOW what gear you are using. While I'm not gonna deny you your goosebumps caused by this, this is an emotional factor that lies indeed outside of the scope an ABX test. Sorry, but I don't I get those fuzzy feeling when listening to 10.000$ equipment, I would be constanly worried if what I bought was really worth the price and with that degrading my listening experience.


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I recall, we have had successful abx tests even here at ha in the high end area. The guy, who abxed 1 trial each morning, when his ears were fresh.
You don't need special software,
instead of software you need then a helper person, who burns a CD with first 2 files as references, AB, you know, which is which, and then other tracks as several X in random order, but the helper writes somewhere down, which is which.
Then you can play with this cd, and if you think, you are finished, the helper can reveal you the results.




I like the University of Music in Detmold, Germany.
How they carry out abx tests in diploma thesis.
And that they write directly in thier papers against te marketing hypes, now they revealed, no perceivable difference between DSD and 192/24 PCM.
hm, would be interesting also, that they test DSD vs. 96/24 and maybe properly dithered 16/44...

I presented some time ago thier results about testing possible differences between 16/48, 24/48, 24/96 music.
It was shown, that with some probability 24/48 is betetr than 16/48. And that 24/96 does not improve anthing comapred to 24/48. Unfortuentaly, they did that test, when 24/96 dacs were very fresh and not yet optimized.
Their very good 24/48 dacs performed better than 24/96 at that time, their test showed it.
They wrote in the paper also, that the limit of perceivable difference is probably at 20 bit, so 24 bit is overkill already. They referred to another paper for this statement. Unfortunately, this paper was only in german available, and it had limited value, as the 24/96 dacs had not yet their fully potential, and 16/44 was not included in that test as low anchor.


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QUOTE (user @ Oct 21 2005, 03:20 AM)
I recall, we have had successful abx tests even here at ha in the high end area. The guy, who abxed 1 trial each morning, when his ears were fresh.
You don't need special software,
instead of software you need then a helper person, who burns a CD with first 2 files as references, AB, you know, which is which, and then other tracks as several X in random order, but the helper writes somewhere down, which is which.
Then you can play with this cd, and if you think, you are finished, the helper can reveal you the results.




I like the University of Music in Detmold, Germany.
How they carry out abx tests in diploma thesis.
And that they write directly in thier papers against te marketing hypes, now they revealed, no perceivable difference between DSD and 192/24 PCM.


If you're talking about the same paper I am, four out of 145 people passed an ABX (which was defined as at least 15/20 correct). Those four passed only when using headphones to compare stereo material (SACD vs. 24-bit/176.4 kHz DVD-A). They each passed using a different musical program. There was some question as to whether they might have been unconsciously cued by differences in switching noises.

No one passed an ABX using surround-sound material.

http://www.hfm-detmold.de/eti/projekte/dip..._paper_6086.pdf

The full thesis in German is somewhere at

http://www.hfm-detmold.de/hochschule/eti.html
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