It's interesting to see the positive statements about springs now that some have adopted their use and heard the impact they make.
Interesting in that those of us using suspended tables have either known or heard the affects
for decades......yet the negatives are always eschewed by those that felt because they could not level and set it up to bounce easily that its flawed. Its not a dig or a bias as much as an account of why marketing has so many victims of bad purchases that don't fit the buyers needs or skill set.
Lots of grandizing and marketing hype and overreaching unproven bs in this hobbie but others purchases are also just as infected.
A lot depends on the system, the room and more importantly the bias, wishes, expectations and beliefs of each individual user and the voices they accept as correct (reviews ,personal or pro).
I,ve always felt people should listen for themselves not listen to someone else's biased opinion of what YOU should like. The biggest hoaxes always have the one element that far outnumber the charlatans and con artists out there ......a captive gullible audience .....
Like anything related to a purchase... trick is knowing what you need for what you expect to do or what really needs attention. Often the biggest hoax is being sold what you don't even need .... but leaving the store convinced you did...
Remember those rare dealers that would take the time backed by knowledge and budgets to show options for what YOU wanted , or needed . Not what they needed to move for numerous reasons.
For me personally... (generalizing) the biggest hoax is the idiotic belief that say 6000 gets you 95% of the perfect sound ....but the last 5% is another 44,000 🤑..... Take vinyl as an example...
The last 4 of that 5% AND the first 50% of the 95 % will always be the knowledge and skill and ability to get there. Second biggest hoax....is that by the time we can afford the last 5 %....the belief you still have the ability to hear it....🤦♂️