There, and back again. (Sensaura headphones)
RailwayStation is a nice piece of figurative music.
Through the use of the crosstalk cancellation process,
these recordings are intended to be listened to using a stereo speaker setup.
So to listen with headphones, the signal has to be processed back, with e.g. Dolby Headphones.
The original recording probably sounds better than a signal that has been processed by Sensaura, and then reversed with Dolby Headphones?
As a technology demonstation, it would also be interesting to compare the Sensaura signal on speakers, whith the original on headphones?
With multichannel SACD, downloable MP3 etc., I don't think Sensaura sound should ever be published alone—it should always be followed by the original version, to make it suitable for headphones.
To me, the
unadulterated original product of a dummy head recording,
is listening to the original recording with headphones.