First, I don't complain,...I question & want proof. If you can't provide proof I say you have no grounds to stand on and you're opinion/rock solid facts are flawed and useless.
Second, some here are saying that RMAA testing is flawed? When done correctly it is FAR from flawed. That's why most of us jumped for joy when GSMArena started doing "PROPER" loaded and unloaded testing of cellphones. We got all excited because it's a practical, reliable, and TRUTHFUL way of showing possible customers of a device if the SQ will be great, good, or GARBAGE! Only since the advent of the HiFiMan players have some questioned RMAA - and ONLY to justify their purchase. These were people who used to respect RMAA. Saying it's unreliable is talk out of the incorrect orifice.
iBasso dx100: http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/64592268-post64.html
It's originally from Head-Fi: http://www.head-fi.org/t/583448/ibasso-dx100-reference-dap-es9018-inside/2670#post_8193104
Sell me the player & I'll get in line. That's the job of the creator of the thing - he's only hooked the "blind faith followers". It's like a bloody religious experience,...you make Apple fanboi's look tame.
Make me want this - show me proof!!!
Man, you really need to chill and relax to some music (preferably on the Tera Player).
When you go to a live performance, you don't shout "show me RMAA charts" or "show me proof". You listen.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. Get your hands on the device and have a listen. It's around somewhere.
Until then, how about giving the benefit of the doubt to those that have already purchased it and are enjoying it. Like someone else here said - there are not many Tera owners here that complaint about the sound. On the contrary, it's often commented on as the best portable they've used. Doesn't this indicate something to you? Are we all delusional?
Those that have heard it have a say about the sound. Those that haven't, well as Ivor Tiefenbrun of Linn said - "you have no opinion".
Edited by flkin - 11/27/12 at 11:55pm