Originally Posted by lwien
So in answer to your original question NIN, is YES. I would like a neutral and correct speaker, but the problem is, is that it doesn't exist and if it did exist, what would be neutral and correct for me, may, and very likely will NOT, be neutral and correct for you.
And if you disagree with what I am saying, than please respond to my previous post.
This is not true. Why? Because you HAVE a reference! For exampel, if a speaker dip 10 dB at 300 Hz i cannot be correct and neutral.
This "everything is different preference, nothing is wrong" is crap that bad magazine like TAS and other say, in anther word, advertising.
Yes, there are
some different preferences, but if Elvis sounds like Paul pott, you cannot still say "it is neutral and correct for me".
But to many audiophile have lost the most fundamental about high fidelity and now believe that "because no speakers are 100% perfect, then all can be right". Which is wrong, just like a projector adding blue tint on all movies, are not a correct projector.