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I used to enjoy the "associated equipment" lists that TAS used to run when I was working for Hp. They would, at the very least, provide some insight into the reviewers taste for hardware. I'd love to see a breakdown of some of the leading critics reference systems. If you have the time: Care to show us where the magic is coming from????
They're interesting and useful when the writer lists an actual system, but far too often it's simply a list of all the gear he's got in his closets.
Sometimes, I use multiple amps and speakers in the course of a review, so the multiple listings are relevant. I never list stuff that was not actually used for the subject commentary.
My buddy just told me:
They list the associated equipment in the small Specifications block at the end of the reviews - -
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