Originally Posted by beaveav
Well, we agree on one thing: That's some serious nit-picking
. Not only that, it's also not entirely correct itself.
Appeal to authority means saying something is correct just because an authority says so.
Ha! You use Wikipedia
as a source? You lose, I win I win!!!
You should know I always post with a smile on my face.
I took enough college courses to know how to argue, and when to argue, and I was scientifically trained. If I challenged every source and demanded citations for every statement made, nobody would ever talk to me on this board. And I wouldn't blame them.
This is the AVS Discussion board, and I have a lot of respect for other people's opinions, even when they don't agree with my own. I have come to realize there are majority opinions, and there are minority opinions. Rarely are opinions ever in 100 percent agreement.
And please don't throw "science is always right" at me. I'm just old enough to remember when "science" told me Pluto was a planet.
For the record, I think your opinion represents the majority opinion, which I agree with in this case. Trust me, I am not always in the majority opinion. But I don't dismiss out of hand others who say they can hear differences in speakers, bi-amped/wired or not, because I know that if I listened to their
speakers in their
living room with their
audio equipment, I might agree with them.
But since I don't, I'll note their opinions and file it under "people on the internet who are sharing their experiences, different from mine."