Optimizing for gear

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Optimizing for gear

When we get a new piece of gear for evaluation it's helpful to optimize its contribution by experimenting with different cable and speaker positioning combinations.

Consider that how your system sounds today is a cumulative effort over time to optimize what you have. Insert something new and now the game changes. Might be perfect right out of the box or perhaps it's the opposite.

But here's the thing. Whatever results you get, you'll never know if they are optimized until you spend a few moments experimenting with different combinations of your tried and true setup.

Few of us actually manage to take this advice to heart—understandable because it's a pain in the keester to swap cables or move the system around—but for those that do, it is possible to get more out of your system components than what you might currently be enjoying.

Great systems take hard work.

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Paul McGowan

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