Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg
this is true...but I hate when I think i have it dialed in (to my ears it IS dialed in and the graph is there to back it up) then i feel the need to re-do everything because its almost peer pressure to change it haha
That's why it's called "peer pressure."
I've come to the conclusion that there's nothing wrong with keeping up with the Jones'. In American society, it's become a slam on anybody who tries to keep up with the Jones'. But what's wrong with keeping up with the Jones'? If keeping up with the Jones' makes one a better person, within fiscal and reasonable effort, go for it.
(why that guy always has such a nice yard, his car is always polished and his sound system is to die for. Smart, handsome, charismatic, wealthy.....why i'll show him. I'll let my yard turn to weeds, let the weather ruin the paint on my car and get an ugly wife. And should he ever come over to listen to my subwoofer system, that'll be the last time he does that as my system will sound so terrible he'll want to stick knitting needles in his ears.)
Mediocrity is it's own form of punishment.
(i'm a slacker and intentionally, an underperformer but if you looked in on our life, you'd never know it)
When the weather changes from outdoor weather to indoor weather, I'll completely do our subwoofer sound system, all over again. It's a hobby. It's entertainment. It's about the journey, not the destination.
(i hope the above makes sense)