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The Music Mask

mzpro5

Well-Known Member
Famous
With apologies to "Sciacca" a S&V member that posted this there - here is his thoughts on a new revolutionary device to enhance music listening.

The blog is really funny and is in line with what most of us think

http://johnsciacca.webs.com/apps/blog/entries/show/6720496-music-is-ugly-put-a-mask-on-it-

From his blog:

"The genius behind the Musicmask lies in the understanding that audiophiles suffer a rare but easily treated disease. Audiophilia nervosa insecuritus is the constant torment and suffering that there is something better out there that is just around the corner. That the more bizarre, off-putting and difficult to explain to others, the greater the sonic gains. That by raising cables on specially harvested, non-renewable rare wooden blocks you can ensmoothen the transfer of electrical molecules, thus making them happier. And if there is one thing that every audiophile knows it's that a happy molecule produces better, warmer, more gooey-butter-filled sound. Or that components will only perform their best following cryogenic freezing, and that the ultimate listening environment would, in fact, be inside a giant cylinder of liquid nitrogen. Or that if the ions in the air particles around your listening chair should become unstable, you might as well jam that Q-tip into your ears up to the hilt, because you’re listening experience is just ruined. Ruined! So, Musicmask understands this need to chase the audio dragon of better sound. And they have found the easiest way to make your current system sound better: Keep you from looking at it."
 

Zing

Retired Admin
Famous
I wasn't a third of the way through the article before I found myself glancing up at the top looking to see if it was published on April 1st. It wasn't.

I'm guessing the makers of MusicMask are unaware of their indirect competitors who offer strikingly similar products at dramatically lower prices while offering assorted colors and styles.
 
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