Technically, you probably don't. You're more likely to become bitter and old still listening to your precious tube amps paired with horn speakers, 1970s vinyls; and absolutely loathing music that doesn't play well on your system thinking it's the music's fault, when really your system is the one ruining what could be a great experience for you. And you think movies are "just made so that you can't hear what they're saying...hmph.." And then you sit down in your grandkids' car and hear barry white's "soprano" voice as they've got treble +25 or something and you are just confused at how all but your own speakers sound abysmal to you."Until you find what you enjoy is preventing you from enjoying something else because it's not designed with a different type of music or movie in mind?"
And how do you find that out precisely?