Yes, you are correct and it is very consciousness and very deliberate move on my part. I less and less have interest in audio as an abstract intermingling with needless audio merchandises and more appreciate audio as activates that satisfies my internal needs. In fact I am losing interest to my site as the place with talks just about music reproduction without any references to human’s intentions and with any illustrations how audio serves those intentions. You will see more and more at my site talks (at least from me) about what you Hadley will be able to trade. This is what I am interested in and if you fell that it does not serves your agenda then you juts should not pay attention to what is being posted on my site.
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|Romy have you given much thought to the fact that over the last year or so, this forum has become more about you , than music reproduction… |
Keith, I am not trying to demonstrate animosity toward to you or toward to any others for him audio is just a tradable commodity but you just take an easy with your allegations toward my audio interests. You people of audio trade shell know your limited place and understand you restricted perspectives; do I have to wrap it up in flowery language?
Anyhow, the expressed above has no relation to Stahl-Tek DAC, I just would like to present the drumbeat that you have spread on the third site for what it is – the stupid drumbeat – you have done it at this site multiple times. If you, Keith, have anything useful and meaningful to say about yourself in context of Stahl-Tek DAC then you might do so, otherwise there is no need for you to saturate my site with damn products announcement. You might not understand that you do de-serves to your own agenda. There are a plenty places on web where your enthusiasm will be well-embraced just because you scream “fetch”. There is need no needs to do it at my site.Rgs, Romy the caT
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