Well, most people should be able to hear the difference, I think. But 440 should definitely be better because it is evenly divisible by 11, and that's what Nigel Tufnel's amp goes up to.
Oh, by the way, us older geezers used to cassette recorders remember playback speeds in the range of +/-10%(?), depending on the quality of the equipment, battery power and some manufacturers who thought they could achieve something by speeding up a little ... :lol: No matter how you look at it, cassette recorders where not an exact science! Remember how those "time"/feet/lap counters never matched up with other brands or sometimes not even with themselves!!!
The pitch was kind of tied to the playback speed, no matter what, sooo ... maybe that explains what's wrong with us?
Those were the days :mrgreen:
432/440=0.981 so it's kind of close after all?