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Originally Posted by elnero View Post
 

 

Ok, so seeing as being a musician doesn't seem to be enough for you I'll give you a little more of my background in audio. I've been involved in high-end audio for almost 30 years, I've worked at a few high-end audio shops and I worked for a high-end speaker manufacturer as well. I also went to college for audio engineering so I think I've got a bit of experience in audio reproduction as well. That said, I still maintain that my personal baseline is real life, after all that's the objective with high-end audio, to recreate the real world experience.

 

mate, no disagreement LoL.... i just meant that we all have different perceptions and tastes and there are no golden ears except for our own ears to tell us what is good 

:D

 

i do not doubt your background or your knowledge or hearing, mate, that would be too sick

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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post
 

And I've been playing instruments since I was 6.

 

I've already said that the 1p2 is world class, it's just not for me.

 

 

Eke Mozart??? :tongue:

 

i confirm, Eke honestly told 1p2 was not for him. :L3000:

 

seriously, my own music and listen preferences much depend on my mood :redface:

post #3693 of 6725
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

mate, no disagreement LoL.... i just meant that we all have different perceptions and tastes and there are no golden ears except for our own ears to tell us what is good 
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i do not doubt your background or your knowledge or hearing, mate, that would be too sick

I doubt EVERYTHING. I doubt his amazingly musical background and knowledge. Your crazy phantom church organ and the word analogue. The existence of this spoon and the air I am breathing. That everything is better than anything. The efficiency of a Cylon toaster. And most of all, I doubt your doubt or lack thereof. I demand satisfaction and I am taking it. That is ill.
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I doubt EVERYTHING. I doubt his amazingly musical background and knowledge. Your crazy phantom church organ and the word analogue. The existence of this spoon and the air I am breathing. That everything is better than anything. The efficiency of a Cylon toaster. And most of all, I doubt your doubt or lack thereof. I demand satisfaction and I am taking it. That is ill.

 

 

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post #3695 of 6725
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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post


I doubt EVERYTHING. I doubt his amazingly musical background and knowledge. Your crazy phantom church organ and the word analogue. The existence of this spoon and the air I am breathing. That everything is better than anything. The efficiency of a Cylon toaster. And most of all, I doubt your doubt or lack thereof. I demand satisfaction and I am taking it. That is ill.

 

LOL 

:darthsmile:

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Elnero, let me draw one quick example. i have a friend who is professor of music and conductor who had concerts in Vienna Opera and elsewhere. we sometimes have casual conversation about music because as i you can imagine my knowledge is very limited compared to his. we are tolerant persons and he never bashes me... all i can tell you is HOW differently we hear music, i thought i knew a lot about music but talking with him i feel like a first grade student after my summer vacation. he places emphasis where i would not, he would pick a singer i would not, he sees far beyond pleasure notes ,.... why all that? as i said before there is no golden rule and no golden ears... so instead of concentrating on how important and professional we are i would say we better concentrate on music and convey our own perception and emotions to which others are free to agree or disagree. :wink_face: 

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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

Elnero, let me draw one quick example. i have a friend who is professor of music and conductor who had concerts in Vienna Opera and elsewhere. we sometimes have casual conversation about music because as i you can imagine my knowledge is very limited compared to his. we are tolerant persons and he never bashes me... all i can tell you is HOW differently we hear music, i thought i knew a lot about music but talking with him i feel like a first grade student after my summer vacation. he places emphasis where i would not, he would pick a singer i would not, he sees far beyond pleasure notes ,.... why all that? as i said before there is no golden rule and no golden ears... so instead of concentrating on how important and professional we are i would say we better concentrate on music and convey our own perception and emotions to which others are free to agree or disagree. wink_face.gif  

This is interesting. I'd like to think we all have the ability to learn to listen like your friend. Does he use iems? Lol
post #3698 of 6725
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Originally Posted by gnarlsagan View Post


This is interesting. I'd like to think we all have the ability to learn to listen like your friend. Does he use iems? Lol

 

 

you must be kidding.... :beyersmile:

once i asked him what music he would listen to after performing a concert, his reply was "are you crazy or do you think i am mad?"........ :D

post #3699 of 6725
Well.. I guess listening to music is like eating/tasting. Most people know what tastes good. Some can tell you exactly which the herbs used for seasoning were. In the end it's not about knowing that there is celery in the bolognese. It's about enjoying your meal. Whatever works for you is fine. EQing the ASG-2 almost gives me a hallelujah moment every time. The line "a diamond in the rough" really comes to my mind every time I hear it. Now I understand how people can sell all of their gear and just keep that one special thing. Makes me want to try the 1p2...
post #3700 of 6725
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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post

Well.. I guess listening to music is like eating/tasting. Most people know what tastes good. Some can tell you exactly which the herbs used for seasoning were. In the end it's not about knowing that there is celery in the bolognese. It's about enjoying your meal. Whatever works for you is fine. EQing the ASG-2 almost gives me a hallelujah moment every time. The line "a diamond in the rough" really comes to my mind every time I hear it. Now I understand how people can sell all of their gear and just keep that one special thing. Makes me want to try the 1p2...

 

 

BINGO :L3000:

post #3701 of 6725

right,Thanks for the informative and entertaining writeup, Eke. Looking forward to your comparisons

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The Cardas and FA-4E just came in. I only snuck a listen to both, as I have an exam tomorrow. I'll write up the comparisons this weekend. 

 

In the mean time, Eye Candy!

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by eke2k6 - 10/2/13 at 1:19pm
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hah... they look sooo sexy wink.gif

Eke, have luck with your exam, we all need that so you are in mood for a good review smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by Gintaras - 10/2/13 at 1:28pm
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

hah... they look sooo sexy wink.gif

Eke, have luck with your exam, we all need that so you are in mood for a good review smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

:beerchug:

 

I'm already impressed by the FA-4E. The Cardas, not so much.

post #3705 of 6725
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post


I'm already impressed by the FA-4E. The Cardas, not so much.

That's because you haven't run the clarifier app on it yet. wink.gif
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