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I was just wondering, is it possible to change the timing of the sound coming towards you by making the wires longer/shorter so the sound will be advanced/delayed to make better imaging?
for example the wires of the speaker closer to you would be longer then the one away from you so both speaker sounds hit you at the same time.

weird question over..:laugh:

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randy
 

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The electrical impulse travels through wire at just shy of the speed of light.

Ain't gonna happen.
 

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1 millisecond of delay would require 982,080 feet of wire.
I think.
 

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haha. Remindes me of being a kid and being told "you want your wires the same length"
 

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Thats 186 miles of wire per speaker.Talk about signal loss!
I can here Jeff Foxworthy now.
You might be a redneck if your TA consists of.....
 

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Thats 186 miles of wire per speaker.Talk about signal loss!
I can here Jeff Foxworthy now.
You might be a redneck if your TA consists of.....
Here's something I posted on Facebook:

If you think Kofi Annan is a drink at Starbucks, you might be a redneck.

*Kofi is pronounced "ko-fee"... co-fee... coffee. :D
 

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This is actually very good advice and somewhat of a necessity. If you’re multiplexing 10Gb/s signals.;)
or running data busses at 100+Mhz.

as mentioned, in audio, it wont matter
 
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