|Originally posted by bootman
The solution for this is very simple. Don't double post!!!
You can visit both boards and interact with them but if your going to start a thread start it on one or the other. There is no reason to start the same thread on both!
Just my 2 cents.
But it is not that simple .. I mean if you spend >30 mins writing up a review/impression on a headphone amp, you really want to cross post to different forums and get different feedbacks.
The unfortunate factor here is the almost identical members make up, thus the redundant issue for ones that visits both forums.
Personally if I write up a review or impression, I would feel bad if I post here and not there( same goes other way around) So I end up with no choice but to post at both places.
It is redundant, but not a big problem for me. I'll live for the time being