I can't believe you don't see any differences. That McIntosh shop looks AWESOME.
AAh, the haze of smoky cutting fluid, nothing like it in the machine shop...
a workers station:
I dont see anyone soldering away at a vintage MC275. I'd like to meet the workers who actually recap 25 year old amps. their workbench is probably even more perfect for countering your argument.
I also find it ironic that your definition of quality is basically full automation with a minimum of human contact, where that above tour guide states that nearly everything is done by hand.
I have nothing against mcintosh, but they were your example.
Come off the high horse.
|EVERYTHING LOOKS CLEAN, well lit, plenty of room to work, all the assemblers look like they belong, far from a sweatshop, high tech, all their machines and instruments look in great shop, well maintained, and best of all, I don't see parts just thrown in a card board box messily all over the place!|