Toonster, no money or wish for Armani as far as I am concerned
You got me wrong, I am sorry. All I am trying to say (unsuccesfully obviously) is that most of us are used to seek quality on most activities, choosing a car, a tv set, anything. But not on audio. I speak from experience. Forget the Bose system. I see all the time people to pay more than € 500 for head units, while keeping the factory speakers, or buying € 80 speakers. All they invest is on the head unit looks and specifications, and not on sound
quality. Sound is the key word of the phrase "sound system". If you spend 200 € for head unit, you should spend 200€ for speakers. Case closed. Do you wear armani trousers with €10 t-shirt? Thats what I mean. Its like buying a tv set with huge screen, fancy case, but poor pitcure quality.
I m not trying to offend, just trying to spot a bad habit, most of us have. And its not the customers responsibility only. Salesmen always try to push expensive head units but they dont push quality speakers. They try to sell red coloured speakers with huge magnets and tons of watts, but nobody mentions anything about a flat frequency response, about the materials of the tweeter's dome or woofer's cone, and everything else that determines the sound clarity.
If this sound offensive too, what can I say. Its just the truth I see with my eyes, perhaps I am wrong, nobody is perfect.
PS: and please have in mind that English is not my native language. When I said you buy Alfas, this means you have taste. Thats why you didnt get Huyndai. If you have taste, this should be on every aspect. By "you" I mean all of us, including me (bad word usage)