Keep in mind this is tvrgeek’s opinion. He is not a degree’d engineer or scientist nor has he published papers in technical journals on this subject matter. Therefore, he is not a subject matter expert. Correct me if I’m wrong. Treat his opinion as such
Extraordinary claims need extraordinary evidence.
- “Extraordinary” subjective judgment
- “need” subjective judgment
- There is no logic to this statement, only the OPs wanting proof before purchasing. While the OP is free to spend or not without understanding the mechanics/physics of the product, it is NOT some intrinsic requirement.
Just because it’s expensive and/or one doesn’t understand how it works does NOT automatically mean it doesn’t perform as intended or proof is a requirement
Sure, in an “ideal world” we’d like to “be assured” that what we’re buying is “worth” it by understanding how it works, but manufacturers for self preservation reasons rarely share their R&D findings.
Wishing and/or griping won’t change anything. I don’t “like” paying a premium over box store prices, but this is a hobby. Many of us are after higher sonics regardless on understanding how it works