You buy a ticket for a concert that will feature musicians playing acoustic instruments.
You arrive at the venue, which is a-close-to-perfect acoustic space, and the anticipation of a great evening of live acoustic music continues to build.
The concert begins and you immediately notice something is off; the sound is continuously loud and artificial.
A violin solo comes up and instead of looking at the soloist, you find yourself staring at a speaker above the stage because that’s where the sound is coming from.
So much a for an evening of acoustic music.
You think, if I’m going to listen to music through a speaker, I might as well save my money, stay home and sit in my comfortable chair (with no heads or oversized hair in front of me) and listen to an MP3.