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RE: Alternative stands for SMGa's?

Posted by FX35 on September 5, 2020 at 17:49:01:

"don't know if I should believe that, either. Back in day, when Julian Hirsch was a lone voice of reason in a sea of marketing BS, and his main argument made sense to me. If two amps are both working properly and producing similar levels of output, they should sound identical when driving the same speakers. After all, it's not the amp's job to change the character of the sound, only the volume."

What a joke! did this guy actually ever listen to any equipment? that has to be one of the most stupid audio related statements I've ever heard, and I've heard a few.