The head of Sony Japan’s audio division made 45 identical music CDs and sent 30 to Coherence Industries. 15 were processed with Coherence technology and all 30 were returned to Sony headquarters in Japan.
In a double blind test, the Sony engineers could easily distinguish between them. They reported that the modified CDs sounded better.
Because Coherence Technology can be applied as a material processing method, it can be applied it to any electrical, chemical, genetic, nano, or nuclear system.