Just my guess but I think you and I maybe but a few people here have systems that can distinguish a difference in output. But alas I am far too old for this, I think this is a hopeless battle with the 'measurement' people.
That's cheap and a bit lazy.
Am I one of these 'measuring guys'?
I explained clearly that I am convinced that if you indeed HEAR differences that you have verified by doing objective and blind LISTENING tests, preferably verified by others, you are HEARING differences due to different filtering.
And as you seem to agree with me, that is a completely subjective matter. Since as you say, these things can't be measured.
(which I also don't believe is a correct statement b.t.w. Effects of digital filtering can easily be measured)
Also, you have no idea what experience other people here have, and what equipment they have used, and are using.
(and I am not going to turn this into some pissing contest)
Instead of addressing the arguments against this being a 'needed feature' on their content, you chose to simply discredit people that don't share your opinion by saying that those people are simply 'measuring guys', and/or suggesting they have less expensive equipment then you?
At first I was neutral in case the developer of MusicBee would decide to implement this. It wouldn't have any negative affect on me.
But now I am against it.
Features like these are prone to generate more useless discussions like this one.
And then the next request will probably be someone asking to have MusicBee support MQA out of the box.