+1 This is totally true!
China allows Bitcoin: "Bullish for Bitcoin!"
China bans Bitcoin: "Bullish for Bitcoin!"
USA regulates Bitcoin: "Bullish for Bitcoin!"
Federal Reserve supports Bitcoin: "Bullish for Bitcoin!"
China permits Bitcoin mining: "Bullish for Bitcoin!"
I am not at all an incorrigible optimist. I actually am a glass is "half empty" kind of person.
Jeff has observed how long it has taken us to get anything done, so he is assuming unforeseen delays will continue far into the future.
BTC to a new all-time high of US$66,999.
I'm glad I just hold and not trade this particular asset.
But BTC and its proxies likely are extremely overbought right now. If I were a trader, and not a holder, I would sell a quarter to a half here.
That some people spend as much money on cables as they do on the rest of their system was merely a statement of fact. It is not something I would ever do myself or ever encourage people to do.
I have no experience with Humboldt.
KeithR loved the Gryphon Essence on Fyne F1-12s. I have not...
All of this is personal preference -- if you like Magico, I totally respect that. Why not explore some other brands or other types of loudspeakers?
Some people spend as much money on cables as they spend on the rest of their systems.
I used to use Mo-Fi sleeves.
Soon I will use these recommeded by Jim Ford:
In return for the transparency and openness do you lose any naturalness or richness or believability or "musicality" compared to the boron cantilever version?
(I personally am skeptical about diamond cantilevers due to this concern.)
I find this logic defective. I certainly agree that money does not buy sound quality, and I certainly agree that a system costing a fraction of what another system costs can sound more like live music than the latter system.
But the subjective musical superiority of a less expensive system...