Originally Posted by psgcdn
The rest of my post was addressing what you said a few times: that you have non-HS speakers that compensate (somewhat) with high power, that you are happy with that and seem to want this thread to acknowledge as a means of achieving reference level. That was perfectly obvious, but you are looking for arguments everywhere...
If that's what you've taken from my posts you have an incomplete understanding of what I've said (one which lies at odds with things I've said).
I don't think I've seen a definition of "high sensitivity" . I stated in a post that I can only assume that not of my speakers qualify.
I have not discussed compensating for anything. Go back to my first post on the thread and the question I was answering to understand how the power/sensitivity conversation came up.
I'm not looking for anything. I think people imagine tone and motivation through the lens of their own preconceived notions. As I rarely fall into well defined categories, it often frustrates people who launch off from one position of mine and assume I do. Then when I don't match the pigeon-hole they've imagined: the name calling and accusations begin.
For fun: go back to post 444 and try reading all the posts that are not mine. Imagine it's you that's being discussed in all those posts. Now tell me what seems adversarial and confrontational (or passive aggressive).
I do sometimes feel like an agnostic trying to have a conversation with religious zelots. I know I've seen more than one builder unwilling to discuss HS much specifically because of the zelotry and mud slung by a few.
Here's a question for you: Have I recommended to posters that they should peruse high-sensitivity speaker here on AVS in the last month? Have you been assuming I'm opposed to them in some way? Where did that assumption come from and how to you reconcile it with the three times this month I've specifically recommended that someone might be best served with high-sensitivity speakers?
I suspect this is my one and only post on my posts. I could be wrong, but I don't see the point of a meta-conversation about posts rather than their content.