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Lady Asana 04-10-2012 09:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Howard the Duck (Post 1176267)
if it sounds crap on my netbook PC speakers, it'll sound crap on quadrophonic quartz-lined goat belly lining speakers, with an atomic-pulsed amplifier and an EQ which has a range of all frequencies of the human ear

Interesting....that you may think any tune has 'great' sound through your netbook PC speakers :)

Howard the Duck 04-10-2012 09:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Lady Asana (Post 1176325)
Interesting....that you may think any tune has 'great' sound through your netbook PC speakers :)

no, a good song will be good even if played through a crap sound system

a bad song will be a bad on a million-dollar set-up

Lady Asana 04-10-2012 09:31 AM

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Originally Posted by Howard the Duck (Post 1176327)
no, a good song will be good even if played through a crap sound system

a bad song will be a bad on a million-dollar set-up

true; a bad song will always be 'bad' [which is 'personal taste' really]
but a quality rig .....makes a 'fabulous' song sound 'stellar' [just saying :)]

Howard the Duck 04-10-2012 09:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Lady Asana (Post 1176330)
true; a bad song will always be 'bad' [which is 'personal taste' really]
but a quality rig .....makes a 'fabulous' song sound 'stellar' [just saying :)]

never believed in that, really

i'm a musician, i prefer music "dry" and "soft" - can hear the notes clearer that way

BastardofYoung 04-10-2012 12:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Lady Asana (Post 1176260)
I am afraid you have completely missed the point. The purpose of a 'proper rig' is not just to listen to Rammstein....but to gain a better appreciation for music in general [regardless of what genre interests you]. It is amazing what you miss in a single track by not having one. I have several friends who happen to be incredibly passionate about music and have ''invested in a super stereo system''. They claim it to be one the best investments they ever made. Your 'doubt' is indeed one's reality friend.

now...

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Originally Posted by BastardofYoung (Post 1176231)
what music doesn't sound better on a "proper rig"?

I doubt anyone will go out and invest in a super stereo system just to listen to Rammstein suck in more "dimension of sound".

as you may see, the first line says exactly what you said in all that. I got the point and you just repeated the point I made back to me.

Nice try though.

Unknown Soldier 04-10-2012 01:22 PM

So it can be concluded that Rammstein sound crap, regardless of whether the listener has a super stereo system or Howard's netbook speakers.

BastardofYoung 04-10-2012 01:25 PM

not going to lie though, i like this song...... but only cause i like that bass line



and it kinda sounds like he says cum in my butt in the start of it.

silverwick 04-12-2012 06:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Howard the Duck (Post 1176327)
no, a good song will be good even if played through a crap sound system

a bad song will be a bad on a million-dollar set-up

No, some songs are dependent upon good sound reproduction in order to be fully appreciated.
Try listening to some audiophile equipment and you will immediately realise that this is the case.
You will hear a 'sound stage', you will hear instrument placement, the breathing of the vocalist, the finger of the musicians moving and more.....
If you listen to the Alan Parsons Project you can actually hear Alan fingers moving the sliders on the mixing desk.
Your argument supposes that going to listen to a top orchestra playing in the Albert Hall is the same as listening to it over the telephone. Clearly the two experiences are diametrically opposed.

Howard the Duck 04-12-2012 06:19 AM

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Originally Posted by BastardofYoung (Post 1176386)
not going to lie though, i like this song...... but only cause i like that bass line



and it kinda sounds like he says cum in my butt in the start of it.

Seaman Staines?

warrior of metal 04-17-2012 12:13 PM

Rammstein ****ing rule!


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