Contemporary audio systems distort and blur the originally recorded sound wave form,
due to the lack of accurate control of time at sufficiently high timing resolution.
If the waveforms of two channels are reproduced right at precise timing,
then the sound becomes authentic and breathtakingly real in 3D space.
The striking of a drumhead, the hammering of piano keys,
and the scraping of a violin bow across strings.
The sharp impact of sound at highly accurate timing
make these sounds felt vividly and really existing at right places.
How can this be realized?
By preserving and reproducing the original impact of the sound,
from the deepest bass to the highest harmonics,
together with the highly accurate control of timing and phase shift,
as well as flattening the gain curve in the frequency domain.