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"This is not necessarily the truth,
this is what Wittgenstein would have called
an exercise in searching for that which is true enough."

-Terence McKenna

seems pretty applicable.
 

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Hmmm, Both Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein and Terence McKenna seem to have lived very troubled lives.
Achieving "Absolute Sound" is only possible with real musicians with real instruments without any electrical amplification in an ideal listening area.

So I see "an exercise in searching for that which is true enough" can be simply interpreted as building a room with desirable characteristics and then adding reproduction devices which you find acceptable for your needs.
 

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Yes they were a bit troubled, but TM had quite a bit of genius in his blood.

and yes, that certainly is the point I was trying to make.
 
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