Don’t forget, Alacrity Audio’s Acoustic Induction promotes the production of a Standing Resonant Wave, not at their own Resonant Frequency because they do not have one, but at EVERY frequency and complex wave-form with which they are driven, a previously demonstrated unattainable state for any enclosed or vented volume of air.
“The Romans sweetened their wine with lead. It was not obvious that the painful and lingering deaths that resulted — decades afterwards — were caused by the metal dissolved in the wine.” (Taking the Medicine, by Druin Burch).
Don’t go against Nature: The Romans sweetened their wine with dissolved lead, and look what happened to them. GM, Aspartame, Glyphosphate, margarine, low-fat diets, loudspeakers that try not to produce any Standing Waves; all these things we’ve been told are “Good” for us are actually turning out to be bad because they are not as Nature intended.
OK, so this post sounds like it’s taking on the form of one of my Sunday Sanities, but it’s not. It’s more of a “why you need to bring Standing Waves back into your audio-reproduction equipment” kinda post.
All sounds are generated by resonating structures.
Therefore, all sounds are resonant Standing Waves, maintained by both…
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