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A model for the future of brick-and-mortar hi-fi stores

Brick-and-mortar audio and home theater shops have been on the wane, but Northcoast Audio in Eureka, Calif., is bucking the trend.

By July 14, 2013

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Are brick-and-mortar hi-fi stores still relevant?

They certainly are, because in an actual store you can touch, see and compare the sound of products you might buy!

By August 15, 2012

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Can expensive audio cables improve the sound of a hi-fi?

Sure, the naysayers "know" cables don't make a difference, but what if you could prove them wrong?

By May 4, 2013

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How to buy a hi-fi

Shopping for a home music system can be a daunting task, mostly because there are so many choices.

By January 20, 2013

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Listen before you buy a hi-fi, what a great idea

Today's hi-fi buyers rarely get to compare one speaker with another to see which sounds the best. That happens every day at In Living Stereo in NYC!

By March 25, 2012

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Affordable American hi-fi, does it exist?

We no longer manufacture computers, TVs, or cameras, but America still makes high-quality audio gear. And not all of it is expensive.

By October 8, 2011

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'Confessions' of a hi-fi salesman

Good hi-fi sales people are hard to find. But if you still have a hi-fi shop in your town, you might get lucky...

By July 18, 2010

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What to do when your hi-fi breaks

Your hi-fi or home theater conked out, who you gonna call? First try the retailer who sold it to you, failing that contact the manufacturer.

By May 19, 2009

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Want to get more out of music? Listen to LPs

The Rega RP1 turntable will change to the way you hear music, for the better.

By January 4, 2014

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Magnepan's ultraskinny speakers make big, fat sound

The Magnepan Super MMG system features a pair of 4-foot-tall, 1.25-inch-thick panels, and a separate but equally svelte woofer!

By September 14, 2013