Pursuit of the best


#1

First post (workaholic in Japan), but frequent reader. Can’t think of a better group to share this with:

The best doesn’t exist. A psychologist explains why we can’t stop searching.


#2

Great read! Funnily enough, even choosing “not the best” can become a sort of statement to the world, like how I feel a weird pride for primarily listening to music with my $50 chifi IEMs even though I have much fancier equipment available. :grinning:


#3

I agree with regards the Chinese iem’s, some are great value and give great sound. I am the same as you I don’t always need to reach out for my Andromeda’s but sometimes something a little different makes a nice change.


#4

How can anyone determine what is the “best?”.


#5

I am the best.
No I’m not.
Yes I am.
Well I could get better.
Yes, but what does that have to do with anything?
Everything.

I’m still the best.


#6

Hey Tony! :wave:


#7

:wave:t3: Long time!


#8

The “Holy Grail” . does not exist. Yet this gif seems to be how I always feel.

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