Yes, agreed. I respect his opinion too, but there's more to his statement that I'm trying to point out.
My point to Saraguie is that his opinion and what he hears does not translate into a definitive fact that others will feel or hear exactly the same. Giving suggestions with supposed 'facts' that are grounded only by personal opinion does not help anyone at all by misleading readers, so Saraguie would actually help better if he merely informs people that they may hear what he is hearing, instead of just putting it out there as unequivocal fact.
It's like going around Head-Fi saying headphone cables will 100% absolutely make a gigantic difference, and that it will just make everyone's jaws drop in awe, just because it made a gigantic difference to me, and made my jaws drop.
Hopefully you understand what I'm saying now. Please don't take offense, I'm merely suggesting a correction in your style of posting before you get the ban hammer or warnings. I went through this phase (I used to claim stuff long ago as if I heard it myself when I did not, and suggest others with no experience in the gears I was suggesting, and got myself a nice warning from admins and berating by members)...
Originally Posted by lee730
I agree with both of your comments to an extent. In regards to Sara's well it is his opinion and I'll respect it. The one part I may not agree on is that most people will feel the same way as in reality most people don't appreciate audio like we all do. Most people consider sound as sound. Not matter how good or how bad it sounds. It is the same thing. That is the sad part.
@GG you do have a point but in the end it is Saragui'es opinion. I've been here long enough to wade through the mud if you will and I think most get to that point being here long enough. Yes I've been burned quite a few times here but I won't hold it against others, I just take it as a learning experience. Just I don't see eye to eye with these people nor do we hear things the same. So in the end I'll respect their opinion but I won't take their opinions into consideration when it comes to making purchases ;). Sara the last few sentences have nothing to do with you so don't take offense to that :). Once you've found a select number of individuals whose sound preferences happen to line up with yours consistently, generally speaking it is that much more of a safer bet when taking their views into consideration regarding audio purchases. That means the potential to save money opposed to wasting it :).
I think I derailed this thread way too far, so back OT.
Regarding the T1 amp, someone told me their T1 could play music while charging but it would give them noise. He also mentions that someone else's T1 plays while charging perfectly fine. Mine doesn't play music at all. Does anyone know what the official thing is with playback while charging? This is the only con I've taken notice so far; I'd definitely like continuous playback like the O2.
Edited by Girls Generation - 11/30/12 at 4:11pm