- Nov 2, 2013
There is no right or wrong way of doing it, unless if you receive a review samples and have a full review ready the same or the next day
Being serious though, I think it's important to mention how crucial the target audience is. Writing and rating a review on a budget headphone has very different mechanics than one of a more expensive product. That and there's an ongoing battle of how much should build quality/aesthetics/isolation/UI make up of the rating, in comparison to the sound. How much do design objectives count, when consumers are expecting a bit more? These are all questions that should garner some serious thought when writing a review.
Quick message to any readers of the thread - please don't bother about clicking the report button on the post above me. Part of operating a blog is that I'm an actual moderator - so every time the report button gets hit, I get the notification.
Mr ThickT is entitled to his opinion, just as anyone else is.
I'm choosing to ignore it with all the hidden disdain it deserves. Suggest you all do likewise.
Usually mods have that tag on their profile, I think that's where the confusion lies.