It’s not all about the equipment. It’s about applying the tools properly to solve the problem at hand. We have never read an architects’ specification that included the statement “the sound system must sound good.”
Yet, isn’t that what we expect?
You need the tools, of course. But you must know what the end result is supposed to be to be able to use them correctly.
Optimizing a system involves art and science. It is not enough to simply adjust a display or match the value on a meter. These are human senses we are talking about. Our brain can’t be fooled so easily!
We have won awards to attest to our expertise in providing the quality we claim. To a great degree, the difference is proper adjustment of the hardware after the installation is completed. There is a fine line between right and mediocre.
Measurement and experienced optimization are the difference.