Re: Re directional response of the ear
- Thanks Robert,very interesting and somewhat surprising: the most
consistent "null" is at -120 degrees with 0 degrees being directly in
front, and 180 directly behind and negative angles are on the
opposite side of the ear being tested.
Whats completely counterintuitive IMO is that at very high
frequencies (14k) we have greater sensitivity directly in front than
at our sides where you'd think shadowing effects would make the ear
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Robert Greene"
> PS Direct link:
> but it might be easier just to go to the REG gallery and scroll
> until you see the chart.
> --- In email@example.com, "Robert Greene"
> <regonaudio@> wrote:
> > The ear has a complex directional response.
> > You can find it charted in detail in one
> > of the items in REG photo gallery
> > in our photo section.
> > It may be quite different from one expected intuitively.
> > Worth a look.
> > REG