^ You can't be serious? Are you saying myths are based on true stories?
Like cables make a sound difference and a crystal ball over the system improves the sound?
... Or Zeus is too busy shooting lightning from the top of Olympus and Poseidon is responsible for hurricanes?
What makes a story a myth is that the peoples who tell the story (handed down through the culture, etc.) believe it to be true. Very often, what distinguishes a myth from folklore is that somewhere, sometime, the story was based on a truth, but became a "myth" through the elaboration of re-telling over time.
An example in this thread might be, "A K701 has well-defined bass, but does not manufacture it in any way." Through the re-telling and re-counting in numerous Head-Fi comments, this has become the "myth" of "A K701 has bass roll-off."