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Can You Hear The Difference?
7 Comments... Comments are closed while we transition to Disqus    Said...

I got 50%/50%, in line with the results before I took the test

hahaha.... This could end up being a very bad marketing gimmick, methinks



ps. the samples chosen made it VERY difficult to judge IMHO

04-Dec-07 05:40 AM

DC    Said...

I managed to identify the Liquid Mix Sample 80% of the time and preferred the sound of the liquid Mix over the original 30% of the time:-)

04-Dec-07 06:18 AM

m    Said...

I preferred liquid 70% of the time. If it's supposed to be accurate models, how come liquid seems to sound better..?

04-Dec-07 02:02 PM

Mike    Said...

I guessed correctly 50% of the time. In other words, a chimp hitting random buttons would score just as well as I did. I'm impressed.

04-Dec-07 02:37 PM

Bob Abooey    Said...

I have to say, I'm sure the Liquid Mix is more than usable and a great buy - hell, I'll eventually get one myself - but they need to pull this promotion ASAP, cause it certainly doesn't do much to sell the product. Even listening on my little PowerBook speakers WHILE Howard Stern was playing in the background, and I was still able to easily spot the Liquid Mix %70 of the time and prefered the sound of it only %20 - doh! I'm still interested in it cause what I've heard of it is highly usable, but if they are aiming to sell based on the accuracy of the emulations with this promo, they are not doing a great job - they need to pull the challenge or do a better job of trying to match the sounds.

04-Dec-07 04:23 PM

DC    Said...

"a chimp hitting random buttons would score just as well as I did"


05-Dec-07 03:20 AM

DC    Said...

a chimp hitting random buttons


05-Dec-07 03:20 AM

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