Search the web, and you will find numerous articles about hobby burnout and how to avoid or deal with it.Hobby burnout happens when something you do on your free time usually for fun or to relax, is no longer any of those things, below I'll go a bit deeper into the causes of problem and … Continue reading How to deal with hobby burnout.
As some of you might already know I'm the curator of Headwize Memorial, a project I took under my wing, so fans could have a way to access a backup of the core projects of HeadWize, looking at the stats of the site, I'm happy to say it went above and beyond being a backup, and it's … Continue reading EtyFans, my new project.
I'll save you a ton of text, in short I won't "review" gear anymore, actually I stopped long ago but I only really made up my mind this week.You can check out other reviewers here, the one most similar with my personal tastes in IEMs should be Crinacle, give him a visit. The chi-fi market … Continue reading No more reviews.
Like all hobbies there's competition on the audiophile hobby, it's not the first or even the second time I write about problems in this community which can be very toxic, but today I'm gonna write again about that pet peeve of mine called elitism and sob behavior. I write this from the perspective of both … Continue reading On audiophile snobs.
In US English, a lemon is a vehicle (often new) that turns out to have several manufacturing defects affecting its safety, value or utility. Any vehicle with such severe issues may be termed a lemon and, by extension, so may any product with flaws too great or severe to serve its purpose.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemon_(automobile) Anyone who visits this blog knows I … Continue reading Chi-Fi and lemons.