My Most enjoyable Music Experience were more than 40 years ago, using a Method of music replay that would not be in any manner today received with a serious consideration.
I still own Music that was purchased from this era, Vinyl LP's, Single Vinyl and Cassette.
The only real change today is the Vinyl LP is the only Media that is being played from this time.
My musical encounters that are had today do not surpass my earliest music encounters, they are just merely a continuation of the experience.
The Person today is Just One who has a furthering of their experiences of replaying music in the Home, or the Homes of others.
My earliest musical encounters produced a person who has maintained a relationship with the Media Acquired from this era for more than 40 years.
Do my Musical Encounters today produce a person who will maintain a dedication to their Music Collection for another 40+ Years (God Willing and a Good Diet)
Will my Latest 'must have' Album Purchase,
sit at the top of the pile of albums, as those albums did, and still do from the purchases made in the late 70's and early 80's.
I use various devices regularly and take part in comparisons of these these devices and other non-owned devices offer similar functions.
I actively encourage comparisons of devices,
as it is for me a Opportunity to be a Social Participant with other Like Minded Enthusiasts.
The experiences undertaken has nothing to do with how much I enjoy my music collection,
the Corner Stone that is the base for that part of my experience was set many years past, and has been steadily built on since.
In the same way I can't expect others to fully grasp my attachments to my choices of music.
I know I can't enjoy all the recordings put forward to be used by other attendees during a comparison event.
It is not possible to lean to all the attractions that others feel for their choices in music.
I can show a full respect for the recordings and express a tolerance for the duration of the replay, while those that requested the replay are expressing a stimulation created by them.
In a Nutshell for me, a Comparison is going to promote the idea of bringing people together.
A comparison of Devices in a Group with a Broad Genre of Music in the Line Up,
has the capacity to create good conversations and deliberations.
In some cases it might even prompt a want for a particular recording to be used on the device.
What it does not do, is offer an improvement on any memory of a wonderful experience spent enjoying a particular replay.
As a person who has taken the DIGNA out to many Comparisons, and heard it perform in the Company of many similar type devices, as well as loaned the DIGNA to others for periods so that the Comparisons could be continued.
I am only aware of how well received the DIGNA is as an inclusion to an event or another's home system.
I don't see it as a Device that has the capabilities to change a persons outlook on their levels of enjoyment of their owned music, it is the music alone that created and will maintain this capability.