I’ve been listening to these headphones for a minimum of 6 hours a day. I don’t think I’ve been this fascinated, confused and thoughtful about doing a headphone review. They’re a hard product to just use for a week and write a rushed review on. These are smart and require lots of attention for proper assessment. The H6 is like beautifully complex essay, if your ears aren’t ready, you simply won’t be able to appreciate whats offered here.
We can still produce enough food and stuff to feed and house and clothe everybody. We can still run a growth economy. But we don’t seem to know how to allocate resources to people for whom there are no jobs. There’s a pervasive cultural assumption that people who don’t work are shirkers or failures, rather than victims of technological change, and this is an enabler for populist politicians who campaign for support from the frightened (because embattled) working majority by punishing the unlucky, rather than admitting that the core assumption—that we must starve if we can’t find work—is simply invalid.
This isn’t just an Amazon problem. In the last few years, Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter have all made huge attempts to move into major parts of each others’ businesses, usually at the detriment of their customers or users.