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Proofs of an Absolute Polarity
Absolute polarity is an interesting phenomenon (wherein) those who don't hear the effect mostly doubt the opinion of those who do. (John Roberts, AES) A newly-devised test (herein called triple-blind) once-and-for-all assesses polarity audibility variously among audio engineers, hobbyists and musicians. Results decisively affirm the sensation; many trial subjects moreover testify that Absolute Polarity's palpable reality constitutes an essential addition to the audio engineering armament.
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