While most people simply pop in a pair of earbuds or headphones to listen to music, audiophiles focus on maximizing the many idea musical qualities that make it so appealing. By studying proper music “imaging” – that is to say the distance and ideal locations from a speaker for musical listening, these audiophiles are able to identify and maximize the quality of music for each listening experience on a case by case basis.
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On Imaging and Loudspeakers – Audiophile Review
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