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From the Stereophile press release: "Roy Gregory acknowledged that there may have been some discussion about process and results…"
Tyson,Please keep your foul mouth comments in your own threads.
Every time I see a list like this I have the overwhelming urge to sneeze. Excuse me.Scotty
This is part of why, on a personal level, I'm disengaging from audio in general. With the demise of the local Brick and Mortar stores, our ability to demo gear directly is seriously impeded, and all we are left is opinion pieces on the internet. Manufacturers understand this and try to build buzz by woo-ing the publications which can write reviews with the implicit understanding that ad dollars will flow. The publications can also vote on BS awards like this one, building further buzz, re-inforcing the relationship, leading to more sales for the manufacturer and more ad dollars for the publication. In this game, everyone wins. Except the customers.
Hard to disagree there. Unfortunately, is it's really hard to direct market... no matter how good your products are. Consumers rarely believe a direct-marketed product from a company that spends very little on advertising and has no middle man markup can compete with the big names. Also, this isn't exactly unique to audio... it's the way things work these days across many different industries and many are even worse. Do you have any ideas for solutions to this problem? Personally, you could spend more time on DIY...
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