Some days ago I was organizing my audiophile feed on The Old Reader site, let's just say I have a bit too much on the Hi-Fi topic, so I trimmed down a little. So how does one clean a long list of hobby sites without losing the good stuff? Well, if in the feed of … Continue reading When hobby sites become advertising outlets.
Someone asked me about the soundstage of the BGVP - DMG, I was expecting that question for a while, these days I don't specifically write about soundstage on headphones mostly because I feel there isn't much to write about if you take into account the way I write my reviews. Let me try to explain, … Continue reading Why I don’t write about imaging.
I should say that in the past I was very aggressive towards some of the bullshit in the audiophile hobby, these days I'm less inclined to attack fellow audiophiles. It's also no secret I can be very blunt if someone tries to shove pseudoscience up my ass, seriously don't even try it. With that out … Continue reading Audiophiles please be nice online.
Yep! I really don't like Head-Fi! Some of you might have noticed that I don't link or mention much the so-called biggest headphone related community in the world. There are some reasons for that and I will explain them next. You see, before Head-Fi there was HeadWize.com the first true hub of headphone enthusiasts in the … Continue reading Why I don’t like Head-Fi.
After reading an article by Mr. Brent Butterworth called "A crisis in headphone measurement?" I was not a happy headphone enthusiast. I have a great respect for the gentleman but that doesn't really matter because I find his "attack" on measurements made by enthusiasts a bit low and disheartening. Sure his article is for a … Continue reading The need for measurements by enthusiasts.