Here's something that appeared in another audio magazine that I believe would also be the editorial position of Stereophile.
"As in all things audio, listeners should let their ears, not the laws of physics, be their guide."
Given the laws of physics can sometimes produce both right and wrong solutions in equal proportions (vented vs. sealed speaker enclosures for example or large vs. small driver diaphrams), how much do you agree with the statement?
On a scale of 1-10 with 1 being "not at all" and 10 being totally agree, please give your answer.
Or, if you wish to state you feel this is not the policy of Stereophile, enter that position separately.