I am going to throw out all the cardboard boxes I have for my audio gear. The hard one will be the speaker boxes.
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Sorry mate but I don’t drink any of his KoolAid with his overblown exaggeration and misguided hyperbole at best. . These is just another lame YouTube blogger airing his own obsession sufferings in the public forum for unknown personal reasons . . Yep… they DO walk among us .
To suggest that progressive audio equipment outlay or striving to an ascending wish list to recreate a better “perfection” audition performance, is a harbinger for a dark “obsession”, or an impairment risk to one’s personal life and marriage , is ridiculous. Only a moron could or would succumb .
Our forum common bespoke indulgence is just a a simple esoteric hobby to best enjoy the music performing arts as best as we can. A fine system can stir the heart and trigger an emotional response. A better performing system can do it better.
MY TAKE: If one’s circumstances permit this music appreciation to indulge into an oxygen-breather’s equipment/ system strata in …. Bravo ! Carry on , sir! It’s worth it
Jay is describing someone with an addictive personality. If it's not stereo, it will be something else. And OCD is a problem that has nothing in particular to do with stereo equipment. Did I leave the iron on? Did I leave the stove on?
One thing I did take away from this video is confirmation I have a fantastic wife. She loves to look at the stereo but doesn't care about operating it. She likes music, but It' not a big part of her life. She's never once asked how much I have spent. But she loves to spend 2 hours every night sitting and listening to music with me. She may be playing Word on her laptop while I sit in the PLP with my eyes closed, but she routinely says "I really liked that last disc you played. Who was it? Do you have any more of his/her music"
So thanks for reminding me what a lucky guy I am Jay.