I thought it might be fun to start a mini-series called Fact or Fiction: dispelling or accepting audiophile beliefs. Not to get political, but when it has somehow become acceptable to separate facts into categories of believability I thought it’s time to put some of these concepts to the test.
What I will attempt to do is offer up the audiophile belief and then follow that with what facts we know and how they may or may not relate to real life.
Here’s the list we’ll tackle and, if you have others to suggest, certainly feel welcome to offer your suggestions in the comments section.
That’s quite a list and we start with item number one in tomorrow’s post.
I am getting closer to actually publishing my memoir—two years in the making—which has now turned out to be nearly 500 pages! It’s called 99% True and is chock full of adventures, debauchery, struggles, heartwarming stories, triumphs and failures, great belly laughs, and a peek inside the high-end audio industry you’ve never known before.
When it launches I plan a few surprises for early adopters, so go here to add your name to the list of interested readers. There’s an entire gallery of never before seen photos of people you know but haven’t seen like this.