The perfect music collection

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Here's a quick observation about listening to music and making evaluations. If I listen alone it often takes more time to figure out differences than if I have someone else listening with me. You? Anyway, just a weird quirk I need to figure out.

On to the subject at hand.

Would we really be happy if we had the perfect music collection? How many of us could say that if we did, we would do nothing but kick back and enjoy our library, without ever venturing out to have something even better?

There's always a new pair of speakers, a new amp, something to bring us closer to where we want to be. But perhaps, like many of us have discovered with AC power, by fixing one element of our system we can safely and confidently move on to other tasks without looking back. We would have complete confidence in at least this area.

I don't propose that we're going to fix those tendencies towards perfection and I am not sure it'd be as much fun or interesting if we did. Most of us are truly committed to having the best we can manage to help enjoy our music and technology does march along at a quick pace.

But if we can put to rest one area of our system that would be a good thing. And if that area reduced the chasm between analog and digital, perhaps we could enjoy a much wider selection of music from all mediums and formats.

Wouldn't you agree?

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