The marketdoes not lie. Nobody would be purchasing
these devices if they didnt produce audibily superior results
While I am a huge fan and student of markets, i completely disagree. The fact that people *want* something proves nothing about its superior properties, or audibility thereof. People buy homeopathy, ICOs, pyramid schemes, horoscopes, large cap equity managers, Tice clocks, etc. That does not demonstrate their superiority, only a preference, which may involve wishful thinking, status-seeking, a need for company, or bad probabilistic thinking. There's even a lively debate in economics about the value of most college educations and whether they constitute signaling more than qualification. Things are not what they seem.