I truly fill sorry for those people. They endure a dally need to writhe some remarkable BS in order to make the stupid audio people to buy adios scrap. That it truly demanding task!
Myles B. Astor is a long time audio writer. He wrote a good share of stupidity in the past, starting from claims the Martin Logan are the only speakers that was deliver and tested on Moon and end with clams the time top TV-mounded TT is so sensitive that it detect how Atlantic Ocean’s waves hit American Continent. Still you can’t not blame audio-reviewers for expressing pure stupidity – it comes with territory. If Myles were not associated with the dirtiest scams in the industry then he might have a chance to see light but I see a little chance…
Anyhow, in the past our Bostonian Clark Johnson was a champion for the “little things”. Clark was great to discover each day a new $19.95 devise and surround it with verbal fantasia and semantics abracadabra that any little audio Moron from Ohio or Kansas consider the “little thing” as the UPS-able Ark of the Covenant for an audio idiot. Nowadays Clark does not do it anymore and the new audio troubadours come to the play. Russians usually say: a holy place will not be empty, so true…
So, the Myles B. Astor and his brilliant article about audiophile fuses:
That is a pure gold of audio journalism. I can see Srajan Ebaen in despair biting his nails as his fame of the writer able for most retarded review is now challenged. Myles article about fuses is so perfect that it need to be nominated for some kind of Audiophile Pulitzer Prize. Each single pointer in the article is perfection itself, and it stresses all “right” buttons implemented in the dystrophic brain of a typical audio Moron-reader. Even the referents to the Analogue Productions and to the garbage from the Tape Project are deployed in the proper timing and in the proper “alignment”.
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche