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Excuses for things not producing results.

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Hi, I came across this forum while searching for something and I was wondering if anyone else has come across this excuse when something you buy doesn't appear to work as the claims stated.

To explain further, I bought a turntable mat a while back that claimed to improve sound quality significantly.

I emailed the manufacturer and was told that my phono stage was not up to the job. Since then I have had my amp, speakers, cables etc. blamed.

This seems to be the standard reply. Anyone else had this?

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It's standard in the audiophile industry.   If you do not hear an improvement, then it is NEVER bad science/snake-oil marketing.  It is always your other gear or your ears that are at fault.

 

Makes me wonder - how do these guys making those expensive cables and other accessories design their products?   What is the science that they use?

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