I just discovered it, somebody pointed it out in another thread, and it is so funny.
I am commonly known for hating Russian tubes. I mean there were very few tubes that were designed in Russia and most of the Russian tubes t tubes are juts replica of Western tubes. If you have options to compare Western tubes to the identical Russian tubes that you know that sonic, stability and the quality of characteristics of Russian tubes mostly is inferior to western tube. Sure, there are some exceptions and there are some phenomenal Russian tubes but they are not known wildly. So, I generally hate Russian tubes, so many people with ears in Russians BTW. Still my Melquiades amplifier ended up to use ONLY Russian tubes.
I am commonly known for hating British sound. I do not even like the sound of British orchestras and the “sound” of the British composers. In audio British sound is always too “Scandinavian” for my taste. Still my Macondo uses practically all British drivers! Isn’t it ironic?
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche