I think the point is getting a bit muddled. The dork in the video says audiophiles are full of crap because they look at speaker measurements and say that’s not what the artist intended. And that you couldn’t know what the artist intended if you weren’t in the studio. hi-fi means high fidelity which means highly faithful to the original recording or performance. I think it’s safe to say what the artist intended people to hear is what is on the post production master tape. Some equipment is going to be better at a highly faithful playback of that recording than others. I don’t care what Roger waters wants my stereo to sound like but I would like my stereo to accurately reproduce what he recorded. What the guy is really saying is that if you have an opinion of how equipment sounds and think it creates a less than accurate reproduction of the master tape, you are full ********.