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PostSubject: Learning your room   Sun Aug 04, 2013 2:57 am

Hi Tuneland

The biggest part of this hobby full of equipment is not the equipment at all but what the room does with the sound the equipment is making.

If your new to this hobby your going to want to take a look at this long before you start shelling out the bucks. If you don't have a clear understanding of this part of the hobby of listening you could spend years and a fortune on thinking that the components you are buying are suppose to give you what you are hearing. The fact is the equipment part of this hooby does not control the major part of what makes sound. I always recommend buying a system that is very simple and put your time into learning what your room is able to produce. It might surprise you how good you can make the sound just by knowing the ins and outs of your biggest component "your acoustical environment".

here is a link to my archives describing a room field trip you can take

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