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post #31 of 36
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I agree with you.

That's a relief. Or is it? I must be wrong, because no one agrees with me. No, it's a good thing. biggrin.gif
post #32 of 36
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That's a relief. Or is it? I must be wrong, because no one agrees with me. No, it's a good thing. biggrin.gif

Oh no. No. Nuh-uh. No no no. No way.

 

It's never a good thing when people agree with you. It just means that you're one of the masses, and that the government has you in check. 

post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by TsukiNick View Post
 

We're not audiophiles, we just don't like music to sound terrible.

Lol yes, but it's the standards that we hold that makes us audiophiles. Standards that normal people don't have.

post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by jonyoo View Post
 

Lol yes, but it's the standards that we hold that makes us audiophiles. Standards that normal people don't have.

 

That is, until they hear a good hi-fi system anyway... ;)

post #35 of 36
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Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post
 

And I agree with you 100%. Maybe audiophile isn't the right word. Is there a more accurate term than "musicophile"? Because that's what I think I am.

I was re-reading this thread, and remembered that the French have the term 'mélomane', which has more of a flow to it than 'musicophile' which means the same thing. 

post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by PalJoey View Post
 

I was re-reading this thread, and remembered that the French have the term 'mélomane', which has more of a flow to it than 'musicophile' which means the same thing. 

 

I like this. Might start using it.

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