Remain skeptical, its a great starting point for objective listening, but try these things , experiment and be open minded.A dark backround eh? Is this like the notes you don't hear - stop messing about Jules.
I'd take fibre over copper for data, but the noise difference that translates into audible spectrum - I remain skeptical. The copper run would have to be so bad it would be breaking into audible levels in everyday listening which if I ever find this bloody video on youtube is shedload of noise.
This is a great video by the way, thanks!
Well worth the hour good demonstrations. In a nutshell though the measurements in audio are far from perfect measurements can be presented to show better numbers than what counts and there are things we can hear that cant be measured. This is from the guy who sells audio measurements devices to audio engineers.
Albert Einstein once wrote on a blackboard: “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts”.