Should Sound Quality of Computer Audio be improved

Unable to respond to, "Mach2Music and Amarra: Huge Disappointment"- Thread. Other Members take free pop-shots!
Apparently some have more Freedom Of Speech than others! I
don't know how many times I have said it, I want Computer
Audio to succeed! It will only succeed if Computers are designed from the ground up to reproduce Music (Same minimum standard applied for Equipment of ALL Audio Formats)! This is common sense Audio Engineering Design. Bandaid Modifications cannot be substituted for absence in design to produce Music! Design it right to EARN the right to become a New Audio Format- same as all other Audio Formats! No Freebee's, No Cutting Corners! Lack of design is what's causing such varied results in S.Q. between
listeners of Computer Audio. I see about 50% negative
responses here on these Threads. It will continue to happen unless you fix it! Blaming me won't help! I am an
Engineer, and I can read results! 50/50 success/ failure
rate- you have an inherit Engineering Design Flaw for the
reproduction of Music via Computers! Shock! Suprise- since
they were never designed for Music! So when is someone finally going to properly design the Equipment/Computer
(From the ground up) for Computer Audio? Do we continue
to treat any real criticism as "HERESY" in the lack of
design in Computer Audio for Music? You tell me what I am
allowed to talk about, and we will both know!
Pettyofficer, as someone who just started dabbling in computer audio 3 months ago, I relate to your message. Yes, the sound quality should be improved and there should be a clear and straighforward way to achieve it, even for the uninitiated! Even for the computer audio novice like me! (And without spending too many thousands). It is rather daunting to educate yourself on a computer audio setup that has the quality to enjoy. Just got a new Macbook Pro. I have another dac soon to be here, and another usb cable on the way. Right now I'm simply interested in (decent) good sound streaming from the internet. That is goal one. Then, I'll move forward to subsequent goals (ripping, music files, storage) once I achieve goal one. But as you get into this it becomes convuluted, with the end resulting sound, pretty much a mystery.
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Here you go! Though I know you won't listen.
1. Rip your CDs to WAV using jRiver or dbPoweramp. Directions for optimization are easy to find.
2. Purchase a PS Audio DAC MK II and Bridge.
3. Purchase a router if you don't have one and connect to bridge with Ethernet Cat6
4. Download PS Audio's eLyric software.
5. Purchase an iPad and down load the EMM app for iPad.
6. Enjoy