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Effects of Different Sensory Systems

I recently found out that there is a Crossmodal Research Lab at Oxford, in the Psych. Dept.  headed by Charles Spencer.

Currently, the publications seem interesting by analogy - e.g. food tastes are influenced by the cutlery used, and the effects of the frequencies in music on enhancing different tastes.  Taking a swing at the audiophile market would be a public service.

Anybody want to ship him some DACs at wildly different price points?