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Yeah so true, right now I'm at the limit off what I can afford. Maybe when I'm a bit older I can try out some new stuff but for now I'm more than happy with my set. There's no voice in my head saying I should try out some new stuff thanks to the RS1i. I have a turntable, active speakers, a dac, a amp and a headphone. What more can I want :D


And, that is a great place to be. Something in my head tells me-just stop-drop it.

 

I'm as guilty as wanting as the next guy.

 

But, one thing, I've learned is there is always a great new product that is being introduced. You think, "damn, I should have waited six months". I felt that way when I got my Asgard and read the A-2 was coming out the next day. I was upset. Then, I realized I would actually receive the A-2. I had to laugh.

 

Shakespeare-"Everything that glitters is not gold". Bhudda taught that life is inherently disasisfying. The idea being that we think life will be better when I have this or that happens, the job promotion, the big house or this person is in my life that I want, but it never is. Things never really make us happy. It's like a dog chasing it's tail round and round.

 

It's nice-this time of year especially-to kick back and be thankful for what you have and maybe give the never ending hamster wheel a break.

 

That said-I just may buy a LCD-2 fazor one day. Ha-ha:wink_face:

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And, that is a great place to be. Something in my head tells me-just stop-drop it.

 

I'm as guilty as wanting as the next guy.

 

But, one thing, I've learned is there is always a great new product that is being introduced. You think, "damn, I should have waited six months". I felt that way when I got my Asgard and read the A-2 was coming out the next day. I was upset. Then, I realized I would actually receive the A-2. I had to laugh.

 

Shakespeare-"Everything that glitters is not gold". Bhudda taught that life is inherently disasisfying. The idea being that we think life will be better when I have this or that happens, the job promotion, the big house or this person is in my life that I want, but it never is. Things never really make us happy. It's like a dog chasing it's tail round and round.

 

It's nice-this time of year especially-to kick back and be thankful for what you have and maybe give the never ending hamster wheel a break.

 

That said-I just may buy a LCD-2 fazor one day. Ha-ha:wink_face:

 

"the more you want, the less you have"  so true

 

then after the lcd2f come the lcd x, then the z, and on, and on, and on......   lol

post #1578 of 1582
It's not the things that make you happy. It's the PROCESS of researching, demo-ing, intelligently guessing, ordering, paying, waiting, opening, trying, listening, then looking for another one...biggrin.gif
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It's not the things that make you happy. It's the PROCESS of researching, demo-ing, intelligently guessing, ordering, paying, waiting, opening, trying, listening, then looking for another one...biggrin.gif
oh yeah, im addicted to that for sure !
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It's not the things that make you happy. It's the PROCESS of researching, demo-ing, intelligently guessing, ordering, paying, waiting, opening, trying, listening, then looking for another one...biggrin.gif

 

I like how it creates discussion (like this one), and the feel of rediscovering my music over and over again!

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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 

 

"the more you want, the less you have"  so true

 

then after the lcd2f come the lcd x, then the z, and on, and on, and on......   lol


Doh! I finally have reached that place where I ask, if I couldn't buy one more piece of gear-could I be happy with what I have? If I was given six months to live, would it matter and could I enjoy what is in my house?  I can actually answer yes now. Even though I'm still searching for higher ground.

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Doh! I finally have reached that place where I ask, if I couldn't buy one more piece of gear-could I be happy with what I have? If I was given six months to live, would it matter and could I enjoy what is in my house?  I can actually answer yes now. Even though I'm still searching for higher ground.
See? That last sentence of yours completely threw your earlier sentences into the bin...smily_headphones1.gif Thats what I'm talking about...that nagging feeling...you can enjoy what's in the house now, but does it not bother you if there's something outside your house that you can equally enjoy if not more?...smily_headphones1.gif Heck, even if I'll enjoy it less, I wanna know that it's indeed less!...biggrin.gif

I think this goes true as well to any other hobby. The only limiting factor is your bank account. You buy a BMW, then MB, then Audi, then Ferrari, Lexus, Lamborghini, then Toyota, Honda, back to Rolls Royce...then try Ford, then GM...biggrin.gif

You just have to experience to know for sure YOURSELF...biggrin.gif Thise articles and opinions we read all over the Internet? They don't help at all. In fact they make it worse. They get you even more itchy. If we come to think of it, without those articles/opinions, we may never have known it and therefore would have gotten no itch at all! The Internet is the culprit, I guess.
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