- Oct 22, 2013
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Once you mature a bit you begin to realize saying or writing "most people" anything makes you look like a fool. As if you actually know what "most people" do. Think of it this way: who are you to say "most people"? Are you citing a poll? Have you done some kind of research? Are you a consumer expert?Hard disagree on headphones being 100% about sound quality.
While most people can tell the difference between different tiers ($50 vs $150 vs $250 vs $600+) they don't care enough to make a choice based purely on utility and sound quality within those tiers. They wouldn't even have the language if they wanted to.
I guess what I'm saying is: most people will buy the best-looking headphones for the "good enough" sound quality their budget will afford.
Opinions, I get. But let's not inflate our sense of knowledge by throwing out "most people" blah blah blah. Fact is, you're just contributing your opinion to a thread without more and less knowledge than others here.
So how do we work around the "most people" tome? Just say "some people really like" blah blah blah or whatever. Same point made, but less grandiose.