Originally Posted by wse
Thank you mom
Yes a good friend a mine works at Harman
Maybe you should learn to speak English "hypocrite"
Get a life, you are the one wasting other peoples time just because we don't buy the marketing BS and agree with your opinion you feel like you need to bully others!!!
Thank you, I probably know more about electronics than you will ever learn,
You are the one with no class, since you can't tolerate different opinions
By the way get a dictionary
Originally Posted by wse
All I can say is get a life, and sorry I happen to disagree with your love of Classe I guess you found god.
No, but I did find a weak arguement with no merit and you can't take it. I never said Classe is god. What is god? that is not for me to decide.
You really should think before you speak. How can you disagree with "my love of Classe"? If it is my love, then it isn't yours to agree with. We can agree that you do not to like Classe, which is fine. I'd ask you what brought you to that conclusion first. I'm curious about how people perceive things differently and will invite that conversation any day. I'd be interested in how you demo'd the product and what you compared it to? What were the factors you liked and didn't like about the Classe vs. the other product? But you didn't provide that, did you? You looked at a spec list and concluded that Classe is "obsolete" (in your own words) based on that list, which really makes me wonder if you understood what you were reading.
If you told me it was because of HBR, you had to have it internally, I'd say Classe is working to add that feature in the next six month's but they are focused to get it out the door as soon as possible. In the mean time if you have a source player that can decode on board, such as a PS3, you can still enjoy the HBR encoded media when the SSP-800 ships.
If you told me you had to have Trinnov / Audyssey, I'd ask you if you have past experience with it? If so, I'd ask what it was that you liked about it? Was there anything you didn't like about it? I'd also ask about your room? Is it a dedicated room where you can focus on treating it, or is it a mult-purpose room where there is a high level of WAF? I'd ask you if you have any previous experience doing your own EQ, the manual way? Because the Classe does offer an EQ on every channel. If not, I'd say you could speak to your dealer and get a quote on how much they'd charge to configure it.
Lastly, I'd challenge you to listen to the Classe and the Denon in your own home, providing the dealer could offer that and let us know your findings based solely on audio quality, clarity, and experience. We know Classe doesn't compete on features, so it would not validate this test.
This *hobby* is very subjective. There is no guarrantee that everyone will like the same product, let a lone be able to identify the nuances between them. A lot of jobs kill our ears ability to interpret what we are hearing, and we lose range of certain db. For some people, good will always be good enough. There will never be a case where better is worth the ROI. We can all except that.