Thanks. I'm not sure that article tells us any thing we didn't already know. That where measurements and a professionally trained and unbiased ear detect significant distortion, some audiophiles (and particularly audiophile reviewers) will instead hear "depth, detail, nuance and resolution".
So bring on (more) distortion. Audio is to be heard and not to be seen on a test bench otherwise we would be listening with our eyes.
Edited by gurus - 9/9/11 at 9:12am