Not reallylindsayt said:Drummerman I took your comment about women and hi-fi not going together as a tongue in cheek comment not to be taken seriously.drummerman said:Women and Hifi just don't go together ...
To the OP ... set the budget, let him decide ... and prepare for him to over spend. Thats the way it works best and you'll be able to call in favors for some time to come.
Would you agree with me that people are people and in our wonderful human race we have all sorts of people, many of which can't be pigeon-holed? And that includes women who are interested in getting the best sound out of their records and CD's as they can?
As per the Life of Brian sketch: we are all individuals.
I just don't know any that are. Never see any at shows, in shops etc etc.
Maybe FrankHarvey and other trade representatives can shed more light on this than I can (perhaps give a percentage on how many of their customers are females actually buying rather than accompanying)
Hey, lets leave it that way. Certain things are just not meant to be but good luck to the very few girls that are interested. Perhaps women are just more sensible and can not be bothered to swap what mostly are ungainly dust collecting boxes and/or ***** about the minuteae of a few hertz more of treble or bass etc. . Perhaps a new kitchen or food on the table is really more important than hifi (I strongly disagree of course)