- Oct 14, 2013
I know, you are right. BUT I can't help giving what I have learnt (IMO) to the community. I mean, what would you do if you saw some guy walking into a train? Better sound is out there (much better). I hate that T8000 amp, it is a tweaked up old design I have been told, nothing new,I heard it at Can-Jam and it is underwhelming.
They could have done much better, so IMO Stax don't deserve the sales of it, head-amp do, or the DIY KG amps do. I would say ask around some more (quick) before it is too late.....
I think you may have over done it. The way I see...
Well, train is a potentials for deathly consequences, unlike hobbies. Hobbies is where people have to learn as they are always motivated, actually I don’t think anything else can bring a human to be such :self motivated, eager, courage, and will” as much as a hobbies. To people who really are into a specific hobbies, providing advices without them asking is a bit of an “offensive” act. However, it really is upon an individual to receive it.
Me, personally, I would encourage people to try it, and try them all, if they can afford to do so. Every own journey is uniquely received by each independent. Yes, human are 99% alike, but the last 1% is what truly pull us a part, and as we grown older, the more journeys, circumstances, situations....etc...that we go down, it added into our own and make us a truly unique single individual. So, in the way I see it, as a human, you need and want to learn as much as you can, experience it personally as much as you can, collect the experiences, and make it your own. In the end of the day, you are you and me is me, eventhough we are human.
Anyways, for this instant, I see that and even if I foresee that he may go ahead and reach into buying KG amps, or he may be satisfied with T8000. It should be uniquely decided by his own, and his personally experiences. It is just the same as not every true love story will end up into marriage and have kids, eventhough that is the general way that it goes