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Romy the Cat


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Where is "Good enough"
 rowuk wrote:
I really wonder how often the “rest” of the system including source and setup is “good enough”...
It was expressed that sometimes chasing a perfection for single component is not matched by the “transparency” or expensive capacity by the rest of the system. This is valid point, well discussed by audio people for years but I would like to bring another perspective. Where is the “good enough” in tem of matching the expensive capacity of the entire playback to the listening objective of a given individual listener? This is very murky area and in my estimation is much misunderstood domain of audio. 

It is a big subject and I am making this post as a placeholder and as time goes buy I will be dumping some commentaries of the subject.


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