Most impressive youtube demo clips


What are some of the most impressive clips of systems you've heard? This one blew me away with how tonally rich and real the guitar sounds. Sounds like you're in the room with a nice tube guitar amp.

Spatial M3 Turbo S +  SPEC RSA-717EX + Denafrips Terminator DAC 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrvx2bx2Cgw
stuff_jones
If you are implying that you can judge the sound quality of a system by listening to a  YouTube clip, that is just plain scary for you and terrible advice for anybody else. Audio quality on YouTube is low resolution. Limitations of the mic & technique used in the recording will make great systems apparently suck. 
Streamed video is certainly a fine tool to learn about features of gear and to see what others pair it with, but beyond building a list of stuff to check out in person, please don't draw any serious conclusions about the sound quality of the components from YouTube or other video. Cheers,
Spencer 
A lot can be learned from these demos: 1. Does it sound like music? 2. Is music distortion free? 3. Is there a lot of detail? You can't fake any of these parameters. You can also get a better "feel" with headphones (if used). These demos are a lot better than nothing.
Sorry, but you can't judge a system by a YouTube video.
I never claimed that youtube was a perfect proxy for sound quality. Nevertheless it does give some indication about sound quality and characteristics.

I'm curious why some people who think youtube is a worthless indicator of sound quality?

Is it because the lower than lossless resolution? I know I can tell better quality recordings from worse quality recordings on 192 kbs MP3. 

Or is it because people recording systems aren't professionals and aren't recording them with professional equipment? 

Or is there another reason that hearing the recording of reproduction of a recording can't give a good indication of SQ?
Obviously you cannot use You Tube to judge a system, however Kenrick Sound’s videos are the best.
Of course you can use YouTube to get an idea of how well a system sounds. If you can't or think you can't, then there is something wrong with how your brain processes data and phenomena. Even if you are not hearing the actual system, which you obviously are not, the brain is capable of interpolating the data to make a best guess at comparative interpretation of how you perceive the video.
noromance
Of course you can use YouTube to get an idea of how well a system sounds. If you can’t or think you can’t, then there is something wrong with how your brain processes data and phenomena.
That’s silly. YouTube is very lo-res, very lossy audio. That’s not attributable to my brain at all.
... the brain is capable of interpolating the data to make a best guess at comparative interpretation ...
Were that true, there would be no need for high end audio systems in the first place.
I love the Kenrick Sound videos. I would love to have the Kenrick JBL 4355 speakers or any of his other huge to small speakers.  Only exposure is from his videos.
@cleeds 
1. QED
2. We are talking about an idea of, not a replacement for.
noromance
... If you can't or think you can't, then there is something wrong with how your brain processes data and phenomena ...
Your claim is that those who disagree with you are mentally defective? <sigh>
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Simmer down “clearthink”
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@cleeds I shouldn’t have said "wrong." I should have said "possibly lacks the capacity to"
There appear to be varying levels of cognitive abilities in different brains and some of us may be able to discern different things. This is not to imply a deficiency in general but in a specific ability. One may have other areas of superior ability. ;-)