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ASR/amirm has opened my eyes.

Descartes

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It doesn’t mean that because you spend a lot of money on electronics that you are going to get good engineering! There are a lot of audio manufacturers that are just producing jewelry audio and charge a pretty penny for it!
 

aslan7

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I’m ashamed to admit that for years I took Audiogon seriously. Discovering ASR was the best thing that ever happened to me in the audio equipment realm. Amir is providing superb reviews and the numerous contributors here really know what they are talking about.
 

Monster

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I’m ashamed to admit that for years I took Audiogon seriously. Discovering ASR was the best thing that ever happened to me in the audio equipment realm. Amir is providing superb reviews and the numerous contributors here really know what they are talking about.

ASR has saved me an absolute fortune by giving me the information that allows me to avoid buying good looking junk.
 

mhardy6647

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Personally, I wonder why subjective reviews are allowed to be used in ads. Only measurements are never misleading.
I think that ads for virtually every product that is sold (i.e., advertised for sale) contains subjective reviews.
Kinda comes with the territory.

Blueprint For Action by Paul Malon, on Flickr
"The Car of Magnificent Change". Since change is a vector quantity, after all. ;)

Get More "Go" With A Mercury! by Paul Malon, on Flickr
"More". Now that's objective (quantitative)!

Advertising For The 1973 Toyota Mark II Automobile, Hot Rod Magazine, October 1972 by Joe Haupt, on Flickr
Evidence of progress from the '50s to the '70s: from more to most! :)

The Joyous Corvair by Paul Malon, on Flickr
"Joyous". I think that Motor Trend used that little bicycle wheel that hooked on the rear bumper to measure that back in the day. :cool:
 
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