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RE: Listen for yourself

" Let's say we know 100 things about audio we can test. Could there be 100 more we do not know yet. Infinity is a pretty big place. To go from I know a few things about the human body and energy to I know everything is hardly what I would call rational."

Well a question one has to ask is, is there any compelling evidence that the 100 things we already know are insufficient to account for the observed phenomena? I get the impression sometimes that some people just don't want the things we already understand to be able to explain the things we observe.

As I have said before, I am not for one moment disputing that SET amplifiers may sound different, and indeed better, than other amplifiers. There are some "obvious" reasons why this might be the case. Is there compelling evidence that the obvious and already understood reasons are insufficient to explain the observed phenomenon?

Chris


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