CyberGene I’m not saying it’s perfect but it’s almost perfect which is why I don’t see any reason to bother with an “upgrade”.
Yes, but isn’t it true that a hypothetical N1XA would be perfect? And we all know that perfect is better than “almost perfect.”
Imagine the possibilities, CG, with them state-of-the-art sensors, reconfigured speakers, and slick interface; surely, you’d be in heaven instead of almost in heaven!
Surely, the repetitions would be flawless; almost happening as if by osmosis, and that bass, don’t even get me started on that beautiful, lingering low end; it’ll make you cry, CG, and that alone is worth considering your stance.
And don’t forget the bragging rights that come with owning the newest out there; leaving David in the dust with his almost-perfect machine (or did he really sell it?)
Which makes me wonder, did David know something we did not? For the timing seems too perfect, if he did indeed sell it, and I can only speculate, what kind of insider-info is he privy of, yet has been holding back from us?😉
For the record: the N1X’s almost-perfect performance will always hold a special place in my heart; however, I am not prone to nostalgia, and I would not think twice to let go of the old to make room for the new; just like I did with my “old” wife (now resting in peace, six feet under, in my backyard); she was great, I tell ya, but the new Brazilian model is amazing!