Exactly. Maybe, with a little factual information, they can pick something that actually matters. Speakers always. More music to discover. Better beer, wine, whisky, etc)
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@tvrgeek - I would wager that anyone who buys a better switch already knows that they don’t measure better. They just want them and I think that’s a good enough reason. I think Alvin from Vinshine (Denafrips) said it best. He said that as a computer professional he knows the switch doesn’t make a difference, but as an audiophile, he wants to feel he is doing everything to make sure his system is the best it can be. Yes, he does sell switches, but that doesn’t mean his comment isn’t true. People want what they want. Leave ‘em alone and let them have fun.
Except, there seems to be a contingent here who absolutely, positively, believes they make differences ( or sell them themselves, I don;t know) and do their best to convince other who are happy with their systems that they are wrong and their systems stink unless they shell out copious amounts for snake oil. A big disservice to the community in search of better sound. I try to suggest facts. Then one can decide if they want to feel better or not. Not everyone knows how IP works so it is not hard for the fraudsters to take advantage of them. Just wanting it is a perfectly good reason to buy it. Ascribing magic to it is not a reason to install inferiority to some one else.
I have stated MANY times, if it makes you happy, then you are happy. Real or imagined as everything we hear is actually imagined.
An allegation of fraud is serious business. Of course, it's easy to make such claims here, as you so ably demonstrate. You do it again and again, repeating it over and over, and it establishes you as a "spokesman" for "victims" you've identified. It's just a ruse.
But if you were serious, if you really wanted to do a service for your fellow humans, you'd attack this "fraud" where you could make a difference: through the courts. A template has been established for this by Stephen Tuttle, et al. and you can get rich if you and your attorneys simply follow the process.
Remember: You're attacking fraud because you know how IP works. You have nothing to lose, unless, of course ...
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