well, actually...yeah, you’re right.JiggeryPokery wrote: ↑10 Nov 2019It's a particularly moronic video actually: he's running a "blind test" yet describing perceived differences which inevitably creates biases in supposed blind test subjects (e.g.,it's the fallacy of the expert/argument from authority: "well, he must be an expert because he's got a YouTube channel, and he says he can hear a difference, therefore I can't be seen to be stupid in front of my peers and must therefore acknowledge a difference too!"). Like all poor vloggers, he likes the sound of his own voice a little too much and he doesn't know when to shut up and let people decide for themselves.guitfnky wrote: ↑10 Nov 2019this particular video doesn’t seem too bad, but this guy is sort of known for putting out poorly-considered videos. and he talks like he knows his shit—he probably does, but if some of his other videos are any indication, he should stop presenting his “findings” as fact, when he’s not willing or able to do proper testing.
also, he’s annoying AF.
"I got a Reason Studios license... Reason... What's it called?" Great promo, a finely-considered target! Well done!
bugs me that RS just gave this guy a $600 license that he’ll probably only ever use for this one video. sure, for them it’s a free ad, but no one should be making purchases based on this dope’s opinion.