But isn’t the reality that perfect conditions don’t exist except in a lab and thus other electrical sources will almost always interfere with the wireless data transfer? Even connectors and speaker wire differ in their ability to conduct and transfer signals right?
Chatter (and WMS), Regarding sources, Chatter suggests that audiophiles only claim they can hear a difference. But my experience is that CDs are better than iPod when used with similar speakers. I am not saying the difference is huge, but given my recruitment problems, i am sensitive to bright, grainy highs and the better the source, the better the sound.
Regarding audiophiles delusions, audiophiles claim that a $8000 Krell amp is vastly better than a $600 Pioneer amp. But engineers often say that is nonsense - watts are watts and THD is THD. Sorry, engineers, but I think those thousands who buy audiophile equipment are not just making it up so they can spend an extra $7400.