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That happened when you admitted to lying.
Disingenuous is more accurate Dave, the usual deft smile and blank stare by most pro reviewers listening to bad sound takes time to aquire. .
aevans, How do you determine where the sweet spot is in these show rooms? I have had a hard time in some rooms.Scotty
Typo on first post of thread... Well there goes all of of my credibility, right out of window!
It was also spelled that way every time you referenced it in your online article, although you did go back and correct those.My bad.Also, decent and descent do NOT mean the same thing.
No, it was a flat out lie, right to my face.I'd have respect for him if he had the balls to critique the sound and say why he didn't like it in person. Lying I have no respect for.
So... Have you ever had a meal at a restaurant that you weren't satisfied with & when your server asked you how was everything, you said good or fine (I have) ? If you take it a step further (I haven't) & rip the restaurant on Yelp, would that make you a liar? Not everyone is directly confrontational in that situation, esp. if they don't won't to waste the time doing so. Constructive criticism is not a requirement, esp. when you don't know how it will be received.I really do see your point DaveC113, the OP's words were excessively harsh re: your shared room; but it is his opinion. There are plenty of other reviews of your shared room that thought otherwise.I truly sympathize with any/all audiophile vendors that deal with hotel rooms/ electrical feed to set-up & demo their wares. It has to be a nightmare making it all work with a show deadline & all.
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