Re: Do we "need" those >20kHz ultrasonic frequencies for high-fidelity audio? Reply #100 – 2017-04-27 15:06:50 Quote from: Jakob1863 on 2017-04-27 13:14:42Apparently he wasn´t referring to any "cable burn in test"Wrong. He's challenging you to take the test so that he finally has data, since your fellow weasels wouldn't bite.The reason being, is that you said prior a positive result was possible:http://audiosciencereview.com/forum/index.php?threads/limitations-of-blind-testing-procedures.1254/page-10#post-38823QuoteJakob2We assume you´ve send out the two randomly labeled cable sets and that you got after some time the response and after unblinding you realize that the listener´s anwer was correct. What are you doing next?So, he saw a weasel who thought it was possible to get correct answers for "burned" cables. He then directly challenge that weasel to take the test and provide data.Do you know what a weasel does in such a situation Jakob? Of course you do. Quote from: Jakob1863 on 2017-04-27 13:14:42i never claimed to hear a burn in effect in cables there was no test to weasel out.Of course not. Weasel speak is to say claim "is possible". Then weasel out of any test. As you know.