Originally Posted by frozenice
Believe whatever you want to, but I choose to believe there are lots of rules regarding workplace health, safety, first aid, worker's compensation and hazardous materials that companies are required by law be to in compliance with.
so because he was put into more commonplace clothing for a photoshoot, he's obviously violating workplace safety and that makes you not want to buy the speakers, purely because of the marketing photos? I assume you believe Tyll dresses up like the hulk everyday while he's working at HeadRoom (tyll, if you really do, I want vids
), and that Kenneth Grange wears his fedora 24/7 while working at B&W? c'mon man, its a marketing photo....
oh, and even if it wasn't, you're telling me whenever you do ANY form of home improvement/repair project, you're FULLY tricked out in the latest OSHA certified protective wear? (do you wear shin gaurds, hearing protectors, eye cover, long sleeves, and proper boots whenever you run your lawnmower? how about wearing closed toe shoes, long sleeves, long pants, and a hair net whenever you make youreslf food? what about gloves for cleaning?)
@ the "whats a $20k speaker sound like compared to a $2k speaker"
I'd say "different", "better" is subjective imho, and once you've met "good", you're only talking about degrees of "difference" (i.e.: objectively prove that a K701 is inferior to an Edition 9, on a basis of price, its generally impossible, although if I asked you to objectively prove that a SkullCandy Ti was inferior to an Edition 9 on that same basis, you could probably find some support (for example, one of them can actually cover the full range of human hearing