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Shopping for a home music system can be a daunting task, mostly because there are so many choices.
Panasonic's well-known hi-fi brand is making a comeback, as the company lifts the lid on the first Technics hi-fi products in six years.
Brick-and-mortar audio and home theater shops have been on the wane, but Northcoast Audio in Eureka, Calif., is bucking the trend.
The $150 Sony CMT-MX500i might serve as a terrific starter hi-fi or holiday present; either way the Audiophiliac thinks it's a sweet little system.
Want Samsung's enormous 6.3-inch phone? You'll find one in "selected JB Hi-Fi stores".
The retailer has knocked AU$1501 off the price of the 65-inch Hisense Ultra HD TV, making it the cheapest 4K model currently in the market.
This compact Jack-of-all-trades also functions as a speakerphone and a receiver for non-Bluetooth devices like headphones and stereos.
Ask yourself: how big a system do you need, how much do you want to spend, and what are your priorities?
The Audiophiliac reports from Brooklyn about a fascinating encounter of the audio kind.
They certainly are, because in an actual store you can touch, see and compare the sound of products you might buy!