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When Does A HiFi Hobby Get Out Of Hand?

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52 minutes ago, Danielquinn said:

What deos your evidence prove. 

That expectation bias is in hundreds of peer reviewed science papers and presentations as having an affect in auditory perception, such that it applies to "aural phenomena" as you put it. It does prove that. If you cannot recognize that, it says more about you than the evidence.

52 minutes ago, Danielquinn said:

You are obfuscating

That means to hide something. I've been clear, provided evidence. You on the other hand have provided nothing to support your view. You just continue to argue it. It's effectively trolling.

Where is your scientific evidence to back up your claim that expectation bias is not applicable to audio or "aural phenomena"?

If you have no evidence, it's just difference of opinion. Evidence matters where a claim is made (that is, a purporting of fact). You have nothing. By not supplying evidence, it is you who hide and obfuscate.

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And yet, there are countless ways to make your HiFi system sound better, that are real.  🎶🎼🎵

Buy better speakers, preamps, amps, , turntables, cartridges,  CD players, HiFi stands, speaker wire, interconnects,  better quality recordings, eliminate vibrations, clean up the power supply, room acoustic treatments, room correction software, speaker placement, cable management, clean your ears, tell the neighbours to keep quiet, sing along at high volume playing air guitar 🎸 in your underwear while drinking you favourite beverage, and so on.     😊

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Quite so ..

...and another  indicator of a good system is that it's just as good for dancing as for listening .

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On 08/03/2019 at 16:00, Smokestack said:

...and another  indicator of a good system is that it's just as good for dancing as for listening .

Unless you are very fortunate, not if you are using an LP12 (which will tend to dance all on its own :))

David (he with 2 x left feet)

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On ‎11‎/‎04‎/‎2019 at 14:09, Rayymondo said:

At what point do we listen to the music instead of the hifi ……...

Usually after a few cocktails, late at night, when sad, when happy, when there's a party, when you want to escape the madness. 

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19 hours ago, Craigas said:

At what point do we listen to the music instead of the hifi ……...

I'm not saying it's easy, like any addiction it's hard to kick. Something we can all aspire to though maybe :D

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