This is painfully clueless.
Music can couple with the mind at remarkably low levels of fidelity.
Eight years ago we were working on sound field reconstruction - 7 microphones, carefully adjusted rooms, serious arguments about 192 kbps at 20 bits v 96kbps at 24. Serious audio experts were working with us judging the efforts. Live recordings with parts of TCO, serious jazz groups and the like.
I was riding around Cleveland in the restored 66 Mustang (terrible back seat) of the concertmaster of TCO. The head of recording at Telarc was in the right seat and the two of them were having a serious discussion on proper recording techniques. The cassette tape found its way to a Beatles song the driver seemed to enjoy. The volume went up and he and the Telarc guy were singing along and totally enjoying themselves -- with a sound system approximately worse than a $10 radio with a bad speaker.
Good sound is nice, but not essential. Recorded sound is still a long way off from the original soundfield and hifi quality only seems to matter to well healed middle aged males with terrible hearing.
"music" is not tightly coupled to the sound field. Our brains are incredibly impressive.