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Something important I have learned over those years is the incredible power of expectation bias. I have been bitten more than once by it.
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I guess one can lead a horse to water but one can not make it drink it, right?
..really? How bout letting us in on the joke?
If you don't mind, I have another question...Do you offer any system counselling, recommendations or advice as far as associated gear is concerned? Surely you must understand, just because a component is relatively very costly, that doesn't mean it is inherently objectively/subjectively better than a much less costlier component. I had a friend who by his own admission understood this with respect to his Levinson 33r's. So to get back to the point, is it fair to say that these alleged super high performance cables may not be of much benefit if something else in the system isn't up to the task - despite it's relatively high price tag? If so, how does one know if the rest of his system is worthy of such wire?
Russell,I am so surprised to learn that you have depended on your hearing for 45 years for your livelihood and yet if that were so, then I wonder why you can not hear the difference between cables like others can?I mean especially since you have relied on your hearing for 45 years for your livelihood it would seem to be a 'no-brainer' for sure.Unlike the rest of us who listen for recreation and enjoyment without depending on our hearing for our livelihood we actually can hear a difference.So I am confused as to why you claim that there is no difference in wire performance regardless of cost? What am I missing? Because you know, that I and others do hear the difference!For me, I come from a practical background as in 'show-me' and leave my emotions outside the door before I enter the room. That way it comes down to the reality of is this product better, worse or the same as I have now?Money aside.As I mentioned several posts ago, the reason I use the term "One" is because its a pronoun in the English language. It is a gender-neutral, indefinite pronoun, meaning roughly "a person". Simple huh? Especially when one has proper and correct command of the English language.So as I was saying before I digressed for an clarification moment, "one generally gets what one pays for"And in this case MasterBuilt cables outperform all others but at a higher price, right?That my friend is then up to you to decide if you want to pay the 'freight' or pass and know that you could have better if only you could affort to pay more, simple huh?
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