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Need some guidance and suggestions for first DIY speaker project
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Old 12th September 2017, 05:29 PM   #21
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Also, AudioHobby.eu has pretty good prices.
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Old 12th September 2017, 05:50 PM   #22
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Don't worry about trying different component and trust you ears. Other's experience are helpful to you. But you are the ultimate judge.
+1 If you can't hear a difference, what is the point in spending extra $$ ?

I mean, there is something to be said about listening to other's opinion, like reading about art history, and what dialogue was going on when a particular work or style came out, but if you are going to pay for it to hang on your wall, it should be your taste that matters.

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Should also point out, it's worth reading about how others listen, maybe you can pick up tips! But still, don't spend money for value you can't hold in your own two hands or hear with your own ears.

Also, if something is "better" think about how much better it is vs. cost. Is a cap that is 0.1% better really worth 10x the cost? Well, at $5 maybe, but at $300?
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Old 13th September 2017, 12:02 PM   #24
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Also, AudioHobby.eu has pretty good prices.
Oh nice! Thanks I haven't heard of that store seems to be quite cheaper than hifitalo.fi here in Fin
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