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In Reply to: RE: What progress? (nt) posted by Isaak J. Garvey on January 28, 2017 at 10:45:31
...the flat-earthers said when they put Galileo in prison.
Where do you think all of the descriptive language used by audiophiles comes from?
Insightful reviewers like HP, JGH and even Colloms.
Every component has a sonic signature, or personality, since there is no such thing as a straight wire with gain.
Every component changes the audio signal.
And everything does make a difference - some people just don't have the learned critical listening skills to identify it.
It doesn't take Golden Ears.
You're 100% correct mkuller, it doesn't take " golden-ears " to hear what Isaak apparently cannot hear. All it takes is:
-- an open mind.
-- a person willing to explain what to listen to & for.
-- the time to practice listening.
-- (possibly) a better audio system.
If you're not tone deaf. I personally believe anyone can learn to listen for the differences you believe only the " golden-eared " can hear Isaak!
I'm listening to: Magic Fingers by Chuck Loeb & Andy LaVerne
Thetubeguy1954 (Tom Scata)
Central Florida Audio Society -- SETriodes Group -- Space Coast Audio Society
Full-range/Wide-range Drivers --- Front & Back-Loaded Horns --- High Sensitivity Speakers
if he doesn't perceive any audible "personalities" with various audio components, there's really nothing more he will understand. :)
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