In the audio community, there are a lot of myths that are very persistent. In this series, I'm going to explore many of them. Not everything covered in this series will necessarily turn out to be a myth.
Why are there so many audio myths?
People believe what they want to believe. Once they have formed a belief, many reject any new information that contradicts their established opinion. This is human nature.
To overcome this, an open mind and some education is needed as well as a more scientific approach. Science changes it's opinion based on new information. It sounds simple enough, but this approach while very sensible and based on common sense, isn't so common.
The audio myth series
Myth 1 - small speakers are faster
Myth 2 - fast bass
Myth 3 - cube rooms have bad bass