Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Mark, Apr 11, 2012.
Continued from here:
Dear God, no.
You started it. Literally and figuratively! LOL.
What I started was not THIS!
Let's move on, already.
Oh boy! The same tired arguments over and over again. Only this time we're all older and more mature. Everyone get their ascots, smoking jackets, and fezzes out.
Don't forget the vinyls.
Well, we're older...
What are we talking about here?
Can I post this pic again? It's really neat.
She's old enough to be my mom!
(yep, killed your visual picture now -- I am a party pooper).
Btw, I'm not an audiophile. But I also don't like neutral. Is that relevant? (probably not, back to work for me)...
The weather. Hey, we had a cruise ship sailing out of the Forth just now! I saw it from my window!
No complaints here.
I wonder if her "system" is neutral.
Not if she has rug burn it isn't.
I could be happy with you by my side
We're All Swiss Now!
Some geezers talkin' 'bout Systemic Neutralization.
Is that the real thing that she has there?
"What You SAY!?!?"
Not to mention deaf-er.
"It's been done."
Nope—it's a digital rip.
Hmmm, wonder if that's a bootlegged Beatles album she's covering up. "A Hard...". I mean, she's half-nekkid y'all.
'kay, how about some of these for size?
well, that out of my system, myself,
while i DO quite understand the merits of FLAT/NEUTRAL TONE settings,
i also well understand the merits of flavoring one's tonal balance
to one's personal taste.
that said, for me, most audio programmes sound just right to me
with my amp's controls at BASS+2, MID+3 and TRE-FLAT...
Sansui Quad Headphones? How does THAT work Mikkey-G?!?!
... but it was too late.
Thanks for the clarification. I have not heard any quality tube stuff, and my experience has only been with the 50s stuff and cheap tube phono amps that do tend to make the music sound thick and glow-ey.
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