Originally Posted by PhRe4k
There is a difference between an regular enthusiast and someone who trolls every headset thread about how leet headphones are
Yes we already know, thank you.
No one is trying to troll anyone here. When there's plain advice in front of your eyes, reducing it to just preference is an invalid argument. Those who know better are trying to help those who don't. Sometimes it takes a little pushing since today everyone has an opinion and thinks they know everything because google is half a millisecond away. It takes a willing mind to accept advice and to try and further one's understanding and justification for spending xxx on a product. When there's someone who sounds like they may know better, where's the harm in stopping for a few seconds and maybe doing a little research? Obviously everyone began green, but it took mistakes and experience to learn a thing or two.
It's when people who don't know better try and butt in saying let them buy the bad product they prefer it, that things go awry. This is when a long standing inarticulate argument comes into play. Nobody actually wants to buy something cheaply made, but said person doesn't know any better, and is unwilling to put in the time to try and learn something he is clearly unfamiliar with. This RSS-esque style of learning has to stop somewhere doesn't it, everything can't be reduced to one line.
It is therefore up to those who have spent time, have tried out a few-in this case headphones-pairs and who have lived with cheaply made products and regretted ever spending on it. This is what the forum is for. By negating anyone who tries to help and relegating them to the status of troll, you are in fact saying, that you do not respect this forum and its members.Edited by Razultull - 8/21/11 at 12:19am