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I guess I don't see the difference between an attempt at an upsell in an audio salon vs my local car dealership or a contractor in my home.If you don't understand the motivations of salespeople (only been doing it for closing on 20 years now, currently selling professional services), I guess it bugs you.
"That's not a great idea. Why would you ask someone who has no experience to conjecture about what the facts really are"1: They're not trying to sell me something. Never trust someone who is.2: My Neighbor, a civil engineer, knows water runs down hill and has never tried to convince me otherwise.Doc
2: My Neighbor, a civil engineer, knows water runs down hill and has never tried to convince me otherwise.Doc
That's not a great idea. Why would you ask someone who has no experience to conjecture about what the facts really are? Engineers are only people, and are wrong ALL THE TIME! Others tend to put the "expert" hat on engineers and in time they start to actually believe it, even when it is completely unwarranted. I hate to say it, but in industry that employs a lot of engineers, they don't tend to be a popular group because of their know-it-all attitudes and are often very difficult to work with. As an Engineer, I can tell you they give away degrees to people that don't even comprehend calculus and have no business being in the profession at all. Take the "engineer" thing with a grain of salt, imo... it may mean absolutely nothing. (Yes, this also applies to me )
I can hear the differences in using the fuses, but I refuse to spend over $50 for one. Audiophile fuses do blow on occasion. The $20 AMR gold fuses is all I ever use. Many audiophiles that believes in fuses scoff on the AMR because of the low price compared to all of the others....
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