You are right, we service many customers in the "pro" sector and our setup often mimic the kinds of equipment they would use. Very often there is some type of EQ before the sound gets to the IEMs, source equipment is less of a concern as the sound is often "live".
I think more emails about "order shipped" should be going out today and tomorrow. Please be sure to check your "junk" mail folder as well, sometime the email we send out gets tagged as spam :-)
Thanks for the reply.
I guess I've come to assume that vendors of audio gear will always present their equipment at its very best. Your approach is certainly honest. Due to my own assumptions, it surprised me a bit.
Could the different approach be attributed to UE serving a different primary market than the audiophile community? Your product line is primarily targeted at performers and pro-audio. While I don't doubt that you consider audiophiles important customers, your focus on the pro-audio community probably has an impact on presentation decisions.
Adding a high end system to your presentation will probably create quite a queue at your table the next time you appear at a Head-Fi meet. I don't doubt that it will also enhance sales.
I appreciated your trusting me with one of your IEMs at the meet so that I could walk off with it and spend some time evaluating its performance with other gear. That exploring resulted in my becoming a customer.
Me too -- just checked!
Rats! Nothing yet.