pulstar wrote:If you go through this in the practice mode and find you are not getting about 80-90% of the answers correct, then you are probably not going to hear the kinds of subtle differences others claim are present between cables.
Anybody remember Rocky9, in which we demonstrated that results of purely behavioural based test questions can be an excellent predictor of whether one is prone to perceive 'diferences' in cables ? Questions which involve no listening, and have nothing to do with hifi in any sense at all.
So one can take a psychometric questionaire which will predict pretty well whether one is vulnerable to perceive such things. It has nothing to do with hearing, or cognition. It is an issue with psychology of perception, and expectation bias.
Plus, you've entirely ignored the latest revelation that mains cable current doesn't actually change, no matter what sound is being played, for many amplifiers............this is way too significant not to comment on !