800 Club - QQ All-Star
- Jul 5, 2010
It did reduce the side image problem. You could hear sounds panpotted to the side without turning your head. Thar's why I built it.
Yes I did. Still stuck between the pages and the magazine is stuck between something else in a closet. Long time ago you've got a good memory.
Yes, I did. Worked well, very interesting. BTW, have you checked out the Facebook Carver Sonic Holography group? This was discussed, along with some other Carver test pressings.Yes I did. Still stuck between the pages and the magazine is stuck between something else in a closet. Long time ago you've got a good memory.
PRO: set up correctly and with well-mixed stereo source material, sonic holography rivals 5.1 and Quad as an immersive listening experience. And that is with any stereo source.Given that "Sonic Holography" was supposed to work with stereo source material what was the point of a 'sampler'?
Was that the sound he really wanted?Another Pink Floyd Know a lot here and you are right, No Holophonics on the wall, just on The final Cut. Waters then used it on Pros and Cons and for Amused to Death he used Q Sound.
For his next album Is this the life we really want he used the sh!ttiest engineer in Nigel Godrich who used no effects other than compressing the living daylights out of it removing all the emotion and depth in the music
I found this recording of the disc on YouTube-
No.Very artificial sounding. Have you listened - what do you think?
I suspect that listening directly on headphones will give an even more unpleasant effect than on speakers that the system was intended for. Can't you just run a cable from your PC's headphone socket to an aux input on your system to hear it over speakers?No.
I wouldn't know where to begin on my system.
Aww , But I suppose I could listen with my ipod buds ! Will do sometime later.
At present I have some DVDA discs to review .
? Are you familiar with the Holophonics Sample Cassette , if so how does it compare with the Carver disc?