Yes, exactly that sort of thing. We tried that some time ago here.
But - this masking business is about sound. Wouldn't it be more useful to illustrate the point to use a sonic example? If we're quite clear in our own minds what the previously quoted 'masking' is all about then surely we can dream up an example or two? Eh?
The internet is a curse in that it's all too easy to reel off other peoples quotes without really comprehending what is being quoted. You as a lawyer will be familiar with the low technical knowledge of any court jury (a cross-section of society). What I'm asking for is to take the subject and make it accessible to the ordinary juror with apt, succinct, relevant examples. I can see a way but I'm exhausted having spent the whole afternoon on making another TechTalk video. It shouldn't be for me to educate! I'm just a humble speaker designer not a tutor!
Alan A. Shaw
Harbeth Audio UK