Originally Posted by maxmercy
Regardless of the price point, inaccurate specs are consumer deception and/or lies, plain and simple. Sorry to say this, but making excuses for inaccurate information is not making the problem go away.
I'm just glad that people like notnyt and Ricci are out there to call manufacturers out on BS numbers. People are basing their purchasing decisions on these numbers.
All true, but I prefer to be a realist.
Calling out BS to whom? One-one hundred thousandth of the buying public?
This is why I've never considered the LMS to be a viable product. Four decent 15s beats it in every category and puts change in your pocket. But, that just one opinion, and an irrelevant one at that.
You can post all the skinny and scoop on a driver and its actual application and people will still buy it for one reason or another, BS or not (mostly BS).
They sell illegal wars with lies in this country. No one seems to be up in arms about that. But some gadget better have specs to 2 decimals?
TC Sounds doesn't have a great track record. In and out of business with models that disappear, re-appear, change, are available, aren't available, are available direct, aren't available direct, etc.
The specs are irrelevant. You buy the thing, check it yourself, if happy, keep it, if not, return it. I've done it hundreds of times. Works for me because in the final analysis, I get results that satisfy my goals. Specs mean nothing against actual performance, much less to 2 decimal places.
Even if there were a Great Spec Checker who verified all the numbers of the particular sample of all drivers, you still have to investigate your actual results. You shouldn't ever take anyone's word for performance while you blindly listen and assume.