Thursday, June 14, 2007


How people interact is quite fascinating, because it's only predictable within a large behavior set.

You know, I feel incredibly blessed. I've been able to learn from a lot of people in my life (and a lot of books too, come to think of it).

So, me and the bass boost option have been at odds for some time. I refused to use bass boost because, well, that was artificially making the bass more prominent, and that means the music is not the same. Well, it turns out that the threshold for hearing low notes occurs at a higher volume than for mid and high notes. I knew this before, but it came up in one of my classes. So basically, if you're listening to a CD player at a low volume, you need bass boost to even hear those notes. Now I use bass boost, and I have no qualms about it. Yay!


Thirdmango said...

still, not a bass boost kind a guy.

Andrea said...

You can't listen to BT without bass boost. Classical, you probably can (unless its a cello solo piece?). Wes and I secretly change the bass in the car sometimes -- I pump it up, he smacks it down. Ah, well.