You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)

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There’s a post that can be judged by its title  !!

Possible future Cherry Amp slogan.  Any comments ?

 :scratch:

JohnR

Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #1 on: 24 Mar 2019, 01:07 am »
Any comments ?

I'd be surprised if you can trademark such a statement of the obvious. Personally, I think it also suggests that your equipment measures poorly. It's also not really referencing your products in any way. Finally it sounds like it's supposed to be controversial and therefore interesting but in actuality the whole "listening vs measurement" debate/topic has already been beaten to death; mostly all it does is show everybody involved at their worst.

So if you're taking votes... :)

BTW what's your current slogan?

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Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #2 on: 24 Mar 2019, 01:20 am »
I'd be surprised if you can trademark such a statement of the obvious. Personally, I think it also suggests that your equipment measures poorly. It's also not really referencing your products in any way. Finally it sounds like it's supposed to be controversial and therefore interesting but in actuality the whole "listening vs measurement" debate/topic has already been beaten to death; mostly all it does is show everybody involved at their worst.

So if you're taking votes... :)

BTW what's your current slogan?
Some very good points in there!  Most frequently used slogan is currently “music should be sweet” (on CherryAmp.com).

OzarkTom

Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #3 on: 24 Mar 2019, 01:25 am »
I side with JohnR, throw that phrase out the window.

JohnR

Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #4 on: 24 Mar 2019, 02:51 am »
“music should be sweet”

That's clever, nice and short, I like it :) Perhaps also consider others like "small but satisfying" that refer to attributes of the product like that? (And that one is probably also good for a few jokes too...) Maybe some extra alliteration... "small but so.... satisfying", "small but supremely satisfying" although perhaps getting a bit clumsy.

Early B.

Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #5 on: 24 Mar 2019, 03:29 am »
How about, "Cherry amps -- they're plum delicious."

 

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Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #6 on: 24 Mar 2019, 03:36 am »
You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction

reminds me of a girl i knew in my twenties

JohnR

Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #7 on: 24 Mar 2019, 03:46 am »
How about, "Cherry amps -- they're plum delicious."

Quite punnet. Someone might release a streamer called PlumPi and claim the trademark, then you'll be stuffed.



[Update] that last one probably doesn't translate very well, "stuffed" is Australian (?) slang for "in trouble" or "broken".

matevana

Re: You don’t need test equipment to measure satisfaction (TM)
« Reply #8 on: 25 Mar 2019, 02:04 pm »
Brainstorming...

Blossoming Sonics

Zero phase shift, zero calories

Those who cherry pick, pick Cherry

Everything sounds better with a Cherry on top

Not too tart, not too sweet

Picked at the peak of perfection

Blossom without the bloom.