Shopping for a home music system can be a daunting task, mostly because there are so many choices.
Sure, the naysayers "know" cables don't make a difference, but what if you could prove them wrong?
A great hi-fi doesn't have to be expensive; a wise shopper can put together a nice system on the cheap.
The music's not moving you like it used to? The Audiophiliac knows why.
Yes, people still make and buy CDs, and the NAD C 516BEE would be a great first player.
For starters, there's speaker size and price, but room size is also a major factor. Also, do you listen to more music than movies?
The iPhone 5 may be the star of the moment, but the VPI Traveler could stay in your life for decades.
High-end speakers look and sound better than the more affordable alternatives, but no one needs them -- or an iPhone 5, BMW or the latest digital camera.
Innovative Audio specializes in selling affordable "vintage" hi-fis. Complete systems with a receiver, turntable or CD player and speakers start around $500!
Audiophile cables can go for a lot of money. Do they make a difference?