Perhaps that was a bit harsh. Yet I still stand by my point.
I used to go to about audio compression, where lots of development for audio codecs(LAME MP3, ogg vorbis, MPC) was done required people to post ABX test(blind test) results each time they made a claim such as "this new version at this bitrate cuts the highs off too much on this song", because if it wasn't blind, it's impossible to not
hear a difference. When you're looking for a difference between two different products that create identical sound your mind makes the difference for you. I was amazed with this: I consistently thought a WAV sounded different from another in the midrange detail when I tried to find a difference back and forth.
Point is, odd claims like that made without any kind of test, that are claimed wrong by measurements make me cry foul. ABX is a great thing.