Rung in lobe and stapes


As you struggle on your audiophile ladder does it consist of infinite rungs, an attainable top rung, or maybe a ladder with no rungs at all? Do you climb the ladder upwards adding more and more along its journey? Or do you travel downwards removing the non-essential achieving zen-like purity? Could your ladder even be a connecting circle where you meet yourself in either rapture, disgust, or even laughter?
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jpwarren58
Please explain the thread title.
I use a "Little Giant" highly recommended. USA made, no worry about upgrades!
https://www.littlegiantladders.com/products/dark-horse?model=15147-001
Absolutely necessary to mount/adjust the roof antennae for the  FM tuner.



The Little Giant is a very nice and flexible ladder, but it's really very heavy given its size.  
Some audiophile are struggling in their journey and others are enjoying listening to well produced music.  To quote Clint -- man's got to know his limitations.
Just don’t get your neck staped on while it’s hanging out and you will be fine.
I agree the aluminum ladders are heavy. Fiberglass folders hard to find.
When I began I saw that sound was sound, speakers were speakers. Then as I learned more and more I came to see that sound was not sound, speakers were not speakers. Finally having become a Zen master audiophile I now see that sound is sound, and speakers are speakers.

Nobody will get this, but just in case someone does: shamelessly stolen from Alan Watts.


Our brains do get in our way more than we realize.  Enjoy the music.
Close your eyes and just LISTEN!
What are you smoking.
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