- Dec 9, 2019
I disagree in some ways. I've handled and sold many many customers and they will be changed by what a person tells them or by their perception of gear even if they have not heard it. People can be easily swayed and that can be taken advantage of or used to sell properly without corrupting their choices in speakers and such. Basically steer them to the better gear and let them choose is what I am saying. A subjective listener is prime meat for being taken advantage of. They often purchase gear that is not the best choice and end up with speakers and electronics that are not the best for the budget or needs. For some gear trust the tests and other not so much.I would myself never rely on just measurements data . That road is a sure way of ending up with a hifi thats not fun to listen to . Both measurements and listening is very important for me .