The Audiophiliac shares his wishlist for this year.
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.
The Micromega MyAmp isn't short on features or sound quality, says the Audiophiliac.
The Audiophiliac found a lot to like about the new Rotel RA-1570 amp, for hi-fi and stereo home theater applications.
PSB Speakers' big T6 tower is a seriously powerful performer, equally accomplished with music and home theater sound.
By carefully selecting used high-end gear, you can assemble a great hi-fi and save a bundle.
Today's AV receivers go out of date in a few years, but Audio Research's made in the U.S. tube amplifiers provide decades of great sound!
Designed for serious audiophiles and normally priced at $599, this top-rated powerhouse packs Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and eight (!) HDMI inputs.
CES 2011 may be over, but the news of high-end audio goodies will keep audiophiles entertained for months to come.
The Ragnarok amplifier is the brand's first to drive speakers and/or headphones, and it sounds like it means business.
Full bass management is a rarely found feature in stereo integrated amps, but the Parasound Halo has it, along with superb sound.