It makes me feel sad when I read that something in our technologically complex world of high-end audio has gone over someone’s head. That they cannot grasp the concept as presented to them.
It makes me sad because it means we’ve failed to communicate. It makes me sad because we all know that feeling of being overwhelmed—of being lost (like trying to understand cryptocurrency).
As people. As an industry. It’s on us to do what we can to keep the technobabble at a minimum and focus instead on clarity of definitions and terms we use.
Lord knows I have been guilty of using over-technical terms to try and foster understanding. I hope to not travel again down that same road.
As part of the HiFi Family, let’s do what we can—each and every one of us—to communicate in a way that promotes understanding.
In the words of my favorite philosopher, Foghorn Leghorn, “You’re built too low. Fast ones go over your head.”
Let’s not let anything go over anyone’s head.