| Paul Butterfield wrote:|
|…. my listening observations are only relevant for me in my studio….even though I'm a dealer …. |
I quote Paul out of context but it is not really important what it was about but rather I would like bring it up as the generic issues. It is not about Paul Butterfield – I do not know the guy but it is about a very general observation of mine.
I feel it absolutely impossible, fundamentally imposable to maintain own integrity, event the abstract integrity of taste and to be in sales at the same time. If person does it at the same time then the person either has a crappy sense of integrity either he is a crappy sale-person.
My personal life experience suggests that chase the combination of integrity and successful audio sales practice are the oxymoronic directions…Rgs, Romy the cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche