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  1. Not the best choice of words I would suggest even if they were meant figuratively which I expect they were.
  2. Hi Trevor, To me you can come across sometimes as a bit cryptic or enigmatic which I can perceive as you having a subtle go. It is difficult to then work out whether it is intentional or not so. Mixing up cables and guys seemed to be about animate with the inanimate which was confusing for literal me. Apologies accepted. John
  3. Well Trevor it wasn't obvious to me. Silly silly me. I am not good at things cryptic like you are maybe. I will just have to do better. John
  4. Understood. I thought that you may have been talking about a person John
  5. I Started this thread because I consider that when we put various factors together, we ultimately each tune everything in our systems to gratify our respective listening aspirations and desires. These listening desires will vary for individual. I said in my OP “We are all different. Our respective senses vary in what we can smell, feel, taste, see and hear. “ At the time I started the thread I was not aware of the importance of the individual shapes of one’s ears in relation to our listening experiences. An article in the link below by Richard Murison in the latest issue of the PS Audio “Copper” online magazine has a bit to say about the shape of the ear and its role with the brain. To me it is another part of the jigsaw as to why our listening experiences may vary to some degree. Read paras 6&7 https://www.psaudio.com/article/sounds-good-to-me/ John
  6. @was_a, A thread was started on this exact topic almost a year ago by @Stereophilus. Regrettably the thread was closed. Maybe you should look at the thread. I did not think that the thread should have been closed. Others think the same. https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/252541-ethernet-network-streaming-tweak/?tab=comments#comment-3966338 John
  7. @Ittaku I agree. However I am now reluctant to post about my opinions on various things that I have experienced that could be of interest to other SNA members. At a recent GTG a member said to me "they give you are hard time". At the show last year an exhibitor said virtually the same thing to me. He also said that he was no longer interested in comment on the forum. Whilst he was a poster I considered his contributions useful. I consider that we are individually ultimately responsible for our own decisions. I make mistakes. Not many fortunately Some posters seem to me that from time to time that they think that know better and can save me or others from making mistakes. One poster in another thread said exactly that recently. I do not need to be saved from the folly of my own decisions. I would like to be able to discuss "....things meaningfully..." Sometimes that has not been my experience in recent times. John
  8. @Ittaku Really. Just do a search on the word delusional. It is word that has been used frequently in posts as a put down in respect of various posters including me. John
  9. Hi John, Very desirable! A tad (excuse the pun) bit beyond my price point. A big bit actually. John
  10. Whilst they may be China based I am sure that there there is international collaboration. For example off the site. "In cooperation with Golden Ear Studio in Germany" With the couple of CDs I bought the sale went through HK. As well I think that I read a mention somewhere that the tapes that are used for the production come from Japan. The CDs are easily available in shops in Japan. I know somebody who goes there from time time and buys up big. John
  11. My understating is that some of the mastering etc is done in Japan. The production of CDs is in Germany. The sales are handled from Hong Kong. My understating may not be absolute correct though. The result is as I say very special. John
  12. My understating is that some of the mastering etc is done in Japan. The production of CDs is in Germany. The sales are handled from Hong Kong. My understating may not be absolute correct though. The result is as I say very special. John
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