But you first have to know it's an illusion.
Are you claiming to be prescient?
I do see a bit of relevance - good audio system will give the aural "illusion" that the singers and instruments are in the room with you.Don't get me wrong - I love illusions. Those kind are even more fascinating in the flesh. I just don't think it is relevant to audio reproduction.
I know it's an illusion because little presents don't float in mid-air. Once the nature of the illusion is exposed, one has to work at re-adjusting one's perception to see the thing as what it is supposed to represent.
I thought this was about a system that fitted in a nutshell, but it turns out it's about a violinist behind a curtain.
You think you're clever but you can't pull the wool over my ears.