Personal Music Listening
Almost everyone these days listens to music. But music is just simply heard, not listened to.
The practice of sitting down and staying still - not even dancing - is a rare hobby that not many partake of.
Audiophiles do. But many then start chasing the next holy grail of audio equipment and 'perfection' than actually listening and enjoying the wonderful music of all genres available to us so easily at high quality today.
Equipment with a certain amount of quality is important of course. But not necessarily expensive equipment. In the top companies of the world they don't bother with a scale of 1 to 10. They simply consider whether something is
But it takes guidance from those with those with experience to be able to mark such measures.
Like any endeavour something can be bad, good, or excellent. It takes a community to learn and share their experiences to lay down standards on what is considered Bad, what is Good, and what is Excellent quality.
And then there is value for money. Like beauty, value lies in the eye of the beholder. What is inexpensive for one might be intolerable for others. So we emphasise Sound Value, the ability to get to the Good-borderline-of-Excellence quality with a reasonable amount of funds as the Law of Diminishing Returns quickly starts to apply itself.
The members of Logan Audiophile Club welcome you into our community and hope to share our experiences and learn from you.
Remember to register to join our meetings, and leave your comments below.