I tried to educate and share and I was unable to convey my disease accurately.
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Thanks for your appreciation of my humor.I am leaving Audiogon as I have no more respect for it, as they just deleted a new Discussion Post I put on where I just accurately described some harassment I was going through on here by some really suspicious people.I guess they are on the side of the wicked.You might have a case of the fox guarding the hen house on here.I will not post again or buy.Watch what you do on here; their seems to be no backup and something like this in modern society is sort of rare thankfully.Usually at the higher levels of institutions there is some decency and sanity, but I guess you cannot always count on that.Watch out on here.A lot of people should be made aware of something this bizarre.
I'm of two minds about this.
Our "lifestyle" ? We aren't swingers and we should not be embarrassed about our hobby or associated toys. I live in an area where people have toys, indulgences etc. While some have raised eyebrows (mostly wives) about my hobby, most understand my interest, just as I understand their interest in cars that can't be driven properly on normal roads, or wearing a watch that costs as much as a 1 month vacation in a Tuscan Villa.
I am also a vinyl first audiophile and up until about 5yrs ago I was treated like a Luddite because of my preference for vinyl. Now I am the life of the party, and center of conversation when people find out. And then I give them a tour of my room.... I have a dedicated listening room/office, containing a lot of equipment, and about 2k records.... Most are impressed, and some are surprised. But all understand my passion.
We do not or should not have to apologize for our interest in high end audio.
Play them a solo piano or violin recording - they will either marvel at how realistic it is or ask how loud and how much bass the system has and you'll know whether to dump them immediately or spend more time on them.
I had one guy swearing that his speakers were the cat's ass and their only limitation was bottom end. Had him bring them over and play them on my system and compare with my speakers - too about 2 minutes to convince him that bass wasn't the only thing lacking in his speakers.