It assuredly is not the ultimate test.
It’s a test, though. It also involves both of the types of wind noise I referenced upthread.
Well, not all that big. The top of my head is a little higher than the edge of the windscreen surround. I suppose it depends upon ones definition of “humongous”.
Apart from the wind on the top of my head, that’s correct.
Not true for my car. Anything that isn’t stowed correctly is likely to get blown around or out of the car. An example from the drive I mentioned is that after I put an empty plastic water bottle in the cupholder, it blew out, hit me in the chest, then bounced around the interior for a a bit before lodging under my seat. Brimmed caps will get blown right off.
Perhaps. What can you report about your experience having done that wearing Resound instruments?