With the election out of the way, the Audiophiliac would love to see the White House get an all-American hi-fi system.
Small British monitor speakers were all the rage with American audiophiles back in the 1970s, and when you hear the current Harbeth P3ESR, you'll know why.
We no longer manufacture computers, TVs, or cameras, but America still makes high-quality audio gear. And not all of it is expensive.
The U.S. doesn't build TVs, iPods, cameras, or much technology, but in high-end audio, we rule! The White House should have an all-American hi-fi.
The former professor of electrical engineering at MIT, who founded Bose in 1964, has died.
A professor of physics has remastered in high fidelity the sound of the universe being born.
They certainly are, because in an actual store you can touch, see and compare the sound of products you might buy!
You can pick up a great-sounding vintage hi-fi at a yard sale or on eBay, and put together an awesome-sounding system for a few hundred bucks.
High-end sound that isn't just for audiophiles: Meridian advances the state-of-the-art for lifestyle friendly hi-fi systems.
The American Air Museum and the Imperial War Museum in Duxford house everything from an A-10 to an SR-71 to a B-52 and a B-29. Here's a full photo tour.