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high-end receivers


What improvements do you hope to see in high-end audio in 2015?

The Audiophiliac shares his wishlist for this year.

By January 1, 2015

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Best AV receivers of 2015

While you can pay thousands of dollars for an AV receiver we've focused on the best bang-for-your-buck models between $200 and $1000. You'll generally get five-to-eight HDMI inputs, built-in networking functionality, and automatic speaker calibration.


Can an audiophile find joy with a pint-size high-end stereo amplifier?

The Micromega MyAmp isn't short on features or sound quality, says the Audiophiliac.

By November 1, 2014


Rotel's stereo integrated amp is high-end but not absurdly high-priced

The Audiophiliac found a lot to like about the new Rotel RA-1570 amp, for hi-fi and stereo home theater applications.

By January 5, 2014


PSB Image T6: A high-end tower speaker at an affordable price

PSB Speakers' big T6 tower is a seriously powerful performer, equally accomplished with music and home theater sound.

By May 8, 2013


High-end audio on the cheap

By carefully selecting used high-end gear, you can assemble a great hi-fi and save a bundle.

By April 6, 2013


High-end audio sounds great, lasts decades

Today's AV receivers go out of date in a few years, but Audio Research's made in the U.S. tube amplifiers provide decades of great sound!

By September 18, 2011


Get a Denon 7.2-channel stereo receiver for $399

Designed for serious audiophiles and normally priced at $599, this top-rated powerhouse packs Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and eight (!) HDMI inputs.

By April 30, 2015


High-end audio's greatest hits from CES

CES 2011 may be over, but the news of high-end audio goodies will keep audiophiles entertained for months to come.

By January 11, 2011


The Audiophiliac Component of the Year: Schiit Ragnarok stereo amplifier

The Ragnarok amplifier is the brand's first to drive speakers and/or headphones, and it sounds like it means business.

By November 7, 2015


How to save the AV receiver

AV receivers are embarrassingly backward compared with the rest of your home theater gear. Here's how they can get back on track.

By December 15, 2014