- Jun 28, 2007
Perhaps it's a noob mistake on my part. Am I correct in understanding that high-end is delineated soleley on a monetary level. It's not the performance; it's the price. LIke for real? lol
This is like us saying that an Oppo105 is not high-end, because it doesn't cost enough. Its astounding performance be damned. My head just spun around.
If you don't think price is a good measure then please enlighten me with the best way to measure equipment. Are we going to assign one guru to say whether one piece of equipment is high end vs another? What if they arbitrarily decide that the only amp you really need is one of those ones built from a mint tin can? Are you willing to accept that as my recommendation? The reason that people don't want to respond is because if those who are serious enough to look into Summit-fi know not to feed the troll.