waremark wrote:Horse wrote:Methodology won't make any difference to substantially reduced sound quality and inevitable
Huh? Get a different system.
Do you honestly believe that the sound transmission time would be exactly the same for talking to the person next to you and talking to them on a mobile phone?
A quick Google gives:
Modern cell phones use packetized data. This implies a small but unavoidable latency in the audio. Add to this the delays in every step along the way - digitizing, compression, transmission, routing, reception, decompression, buffering, D/A and you end up with a delay of around 1/3 of a second or so
See post #15 for a very long answer
Interestingly, well I thought so, another page about how delays in conversations affect our thoughts about the person we are talking with: