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I don't know why anyone would take any of this so seriously. A guy states his opinion on nothing more than a quick first impression and some think the fate of business could hang in the balance?
JLM - Would you like to join our small audio club in SE Michigan?
Brad - Nice photos, wish you spent the same detail in proofreading that you spent in getting quality images.
md92468 - More like "No Couth"...geez, these are folks whose livelihood you're messing with.
Scottdazzle - No coverage of ModWright, Daedalus, Odyssey, Endeavor, Purity. wtf? Hard to award best of show when you miss some of the finest rooms.
Early B. - If you're gonna review gear, you gotta have some deep knowledge of audio, higher than average technical knowledge, and it helps to know a lot of the players in this game. Makes for a more informed opinion.
Douger - Once in a while you seemed knowledgeable, Martin-Logan home theater , looks like from Best Buy... Some Best Buy stores sell ML...
Early B. - Problem is -- a reviewer is being irresponsible by simply stating that a particular pair of speakers (not the entire setup?) is the worst sound of the show without clear justification.
Don_S - I find it disheartening that too many confuse telling the truth with being rude, quick to judge, and using unnecessary profanity.
Early B. - Opinions and honesty are useless without having some level of knowledge or experience about the subject matter.
rajacat - most of the reviews don't take into account such issues as acoustical treatments, power conditioning that would give unfair advantage to one speaker over the other.
DaveC113 - He also lied to our face about what he thought about the sound, told us it was great and then made that ridiculous comment on his blog.
DaveC113 - And yes, any idiot can call themselves a reviewer and post ridiculous garbage, but they won't last long.
Dear Sir,aevans, you seem very experienced in this, to me!...
If he had posted a negative opinion of your speakers, would've you still appreciated his "zero ass-kissery" shtick?
Yes, I was dishonest. I told everyone that asked that they sound was "great" and moved on to the next room as quickly as possible to cover more ground and find good sounding rooms. I'm not there to form an emotional personal attachment to each person that has a poor sounding room, so I only talked to the people that I needed to about the products that I thought my audience would be interested in me reviewing.
aevans,Thanks for taking the time to provide feedback and impressions from the show Let me ask you, looks like you picked the Von Schwikert VR55s system as 'Best in Show'How did that system compared to the Revels Salon 2's/ Mark Levinson No. 536 monoblocks system?I'm looking into those monoblocks, your feedback will be greatly appreciated.-Oscar
I'd say if you're going to give a company an award for a great product, might be worth taking the time to correctly spell the company name......
Typo on first post of thread... Well there goes all of of my credibility, right out of window!
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