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Harman's How to Listen [message #90786] Thu, 15 August 2019 06:47 Go to next message
Strum Drum is currently offline  Strum Drum
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I've started playing around with Harman's How to Listen app. It's a free app that teaches you to be a better listener. I've noticed many of us say we can't hear a difference between certain formats and devices. Maybe it's because we're now immersed in noise with phones and music and games constantly going that it's hard to pick up on muddy mixes or an overly bright treble. This app can help with that.
Re: Harman's How to Listen [message #90911 is a reply to message #90786] Mon, 23 September 2019 08:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
musicluvr is currently offline  musicluvr
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I just noticed this. Thanks for listing it since I could use a listening reset from time to time. I'll try it out this coming weekend.
Re: Harman's How to Listen [message #91127 is a reply to message #90911] Sun, 10 November 2019 05:55 Go to previous message
Azuri is currently offline  Azuri
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True for me at least that I can't tell an audible difference between devices. But if something has too much treble or bass.......that's obvious to me no matter the device.

Thanks for the link though. I'm gonna give it a shot.
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