"The Dragon in My Garage" by Carl Sagan - YouTube
From a naturalist perspective this argument makes a lot of sense
Simple: There is no room for any error; one mistake, anywhere in the long audio chain, means failure.Example 1: It's wonderful to have deep bass and extended highs in an audio system, as I have and enjoy them myself, but not only are these frequency extremes virtually useless unless they are time coordinated to everything else, specifically the midrange, they actually become an audible if they are out of place and bring attention to themselves as "alien" to the remaining complete sound.Example 2: Most audio systems, regardless of cost, have to play louder than life to capture the details and excitement in the original recording, and they subsequently "die" when the music volume is soft.
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