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Old 14th August 2003, 11:39 PM   #1
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for my mids and highs, can i just run my amp straight to my head unit!!
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for my mids and highs, can i just run my amp straight to my head unit!!
With suitable probes (silver is considered best but people have reported some success with copper, aluminium and even gold) you can run your cd player directly into your head. Just get a good anatomy book and look for the regions marked auditory cortex. Stereo is the normal mode of operation, although some have gone 5-1.

You'll never go back to conventional speakers or phones again. Come to think of it, you'll never go anywhere.

I know this isn't exactly what you're asking but I hope you find it useful.
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