Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Star of the Northern Hemisphere
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So, handicapped people, ...war veterans blinded/hearing damaged by grenades etc., old age pensioners, children living in the streets without a roof, drug addicts, hospitalized women, marijuana smokers, people on social assistance, people on death row, people living in the poorest of the poorest neighborhoods of Brazil, ...they are pretty much out of the loop?
...They'll never have the unfortunate chance of experiencing the high-resolution end of audio?
...Kind of make it automatically obsolete to them, no?