The makers of amplifiers are concerned primarily with the needs of the professional musicians who purchase their equipment. Therefore, makers of amplifiers focus on gear that will sound best played at high volumes during live performances.
Which of the following is an assumption made in drawing the conclusion above?
(A) Amateur musicians only purchase gear that professional musicians recommend.
(B) Improvements in amplifier design result only from long testing processes involving studio musicians.
(C) The makers of amplifiers rely heavily on certain regional markets for the majority of their revenue.
(D) Musicians rarely keep informed about new, improved amplifier designs.
(E) Professional musicians do not need equipment that will not be played during live shows.
Source: Princeton Review
The makers of amplifiers are concerned primarily with the needs of the professional musicians who purchase their
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