The apparent lack of planning and piecemeal approach to sound-system design by working musicians suggests less-than-ideal information transfer between the manufactures of audio equipment, the retail-level audio sales people, and the consumer. Often the perception of adequate information for efficient system design on the part of the musician is based on unacceptable premises. The author will define these premises, the reason for their propagation, and some possible palliative measures.
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