@medz lol it’s my wife’s Buick. I think it has the Bose option though. Gone are the days of a wall of speakers, though back in high school I had a hardtop Suzuki Samurai with two JL Audio 18’s instead of a back seat. That thing was stupid loud.
Currently running in the trunk of this one are three bags of wood pellets in flavors that they don’t stock back home, some tennis rackets and a dog blanket. Unsure what they do for the yanny/Laurel bass boost.
@djslack I suppose the bags of wood pellets might provide some sound dampening…
I wasn’t allowed (wife’s rule) to upgrade my system until I surpassed the warranty period for the car. By that time I, too, was too old to be investing in a big system. I currently have a 12" Infinity sub in a sealed box with a refurb sony amp I got from woot. The sub was mine from 2 systems ago and I got it back from my brother who had it in a car that broke down. I also have a touch-screen receiver that was made to fit my car that I also got from woot. That turned out to be more fun that I had expected because I added a backup camera, steering wheel controls module, and a chime module that allowed the radio to continue playing after the car was turned off and key removed, but before the door was opened. (like the factory system)
I’ve had the car over 10 years now and it’s my turn to buy a new one. I probably won’t ever put a true system in my next ride…
Seems like a hundred other people have done similar things on the internet but I shifted the pitch -25% and +25% and you can hear either one easily. Last night I was hearing Yerry, and today I only hear Laurel.
Same here- I heard something like Yerry from my crappy laptop speaker. Then I switched to less crappy headphones and leard laurel. Now laurel is all I hear on my crappy laptop speaker. My brain changed how it heard it. Weird.
When I first heard it (playing over wife’s cell phone speaker), I heard yanny. Now I can hear either depending on what I want to hear.
Edit: This is the best one I’ve seen for demonstration and explanation.