As long as it is centered on audio subjects, no problem. But I am much less happy when people try to turn audio debates in the field of personnel insults and personnel fights.
Please keep the arguments separate - do not mix them. Most of us have maturity enough to know that a proficient vinyl based audiophile can have a system that has no noise, clicks and pops. But we also know that most vinyl users have a poor aligned cartridge and plenty of clicks and pops. Just read the strong opinions of our vinyl experts about the performance of vinyl systems in shows and shops, or even on M. Fremer 82º SRA ...
The comment on nostalgia and repetition stands, however.
Yes we can claim it. IMHO even more with digital than with vinyl. But we benefit form a quality high resolution system to get all the information the system can supply in an enjoyable way.
Carlos does a lot more than that if I remember well. You are downsizing his work - I hope he can come to defend himself . And yes, as a consequence now digital becomes a "limited source".
First connecting streaming with headphone listening to prepare the battle field. No one here is addressing headphones. Next a bitter view of a poor quality stereo sound. Not new., we can find tens of similar narratives in analogue when audiophiles compare tubes with solid state.
Should we assume they also listen with headphones? It seems not ...
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