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There was a great deal of craftsmanship and taste involved in this, which cannot be maintained by recipe book methods.
So we ask for your forgiveness if this manual appears to say “You must do this” or “You should do that” with no rational explanation being given. All this would be second nature to a professional sound operator from his mother’s knee. So we apologize again stating what we consider to be obvious.
Past history also shows that you can sometimes have a “low-tech” and a “high- tech” solution to the same problem. Do not assume the “high-tech” solution will always give the best results.
So we tried to describe technical matters in words, rather than using circuit diagrams or mathematical formulae. Some professional engineers will (correctly) criticise me for oversimplifying or using “subjective language.” To these people, I plead guilty; but I hope the actual results of what I say will not be in error.
On numerous occasions, history has shown that listeners have perceived something wrong before the techniques for measuring it were developed; this is bound to continue. Unfortunately, “golden-eared” listeners are frequently people who are technically illiterate, unable to describe the problem in terms an engineer would understand.
We do not wish to discourage you from careful listening. Accurate sound reproduction must at the very least begin with equipment whose performance measures correctly.