|True, it took longer to get answers to questions, but more often than not, one could expect a truly meaningful answer. I'm not saying that all of that is lost currently, but there has definitely been a definite decline in overall post quality.
some of that is due to the nature of the question and the answers being given on numerous occasions.
do you know how many times a pewrson with 2,000 posts has seen "what is the best......" , "how do i......" ?
After a while you get numb to the question.
i myself will read something I have answered many times and will not pull the trigger unless no one else replies .nothing worse than seeing an unaswered post from a newb unless it is inanae by intent and deserving of no answer.
the "why do I need an amp" questions while on the surface beneath the dignity of some to reply to is are valid .
you need an amp ?
Convincing someone on limited funds to spend long green (to them ) for something they have gotten along without just fine ,and convincing them that the headphones they are using would not benefit anyway (they being crap0 is the foundation of the entire concept here !
Isn't that the reason for all this madness to begin with ?
And the more knowledgable people we have asking the right
questions the more the manufacturers take note
and we are being heard people
you can beleive that !
Everyone here has a benchmark ,a level of knowledge , and they must ask the person a rung up on the ladder for direction when they are lost .
this ladder is without a final rung and we all move along towards the top bringing up the person behind us along the way.
And when someone steps on that first rung of the ladder ,looks up and does not see the top they can become nervous
that is when the member above needs to reach down and give a hand up,calm that person and let them know all is well and the journey is going to be fun
the cycle never ends folks