That also reads like, "Over the decades audiiphiles have refused to take the blue pill and believe that physics no longer apply to audio reproduction, they're lost in the past unable to make themselves believe a bluetooth tube charged by USB creates ultra fidelity"e
What, pray tell, is a 'bluetooth tube'?
And I think the "red pill" is arguably that which is demonstrably effective on the sound field in question, and therefore can take the form of things that an older audiophile might be unfamiliar with, and hence mistrust. And the 'blue pill' might include things which do not effect the sound field in discernible, or desirable ways, like expensive cables, 4 figure DACs, or metaphysical 'tweaks'- cable lifters, resonators and the like-, yet which might be more acceptable to the old guard for whatever reason.
Take care when casting stones, glass housed brethren.