Small British monitor speakers were all the rage with American audiophiles back in the 1970s, and when you hear the current Harbeth P3ESR, you'll know why.
You can pick up a great-sounding vintage hi-fi at a yard sale or on eBay, and put together an awesome-sounding system for a few hundred bucks.
A retro-inspired concept MP3 player from Mintpass includes three VU meters and big, chunky buttons.
Stereo Buyers offers cash for your hi-fi equipment. Adam Wexler buys high-quality audio in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, though he occasionally accepts shipped equipment.
The 123-year-old Dutch company has ruthlessly cut ties with TV, audio, and the categories that have made it most famous. Can an ageing population put this venerable firm back on top?
Oswald's Mill Audio's cast-iron speaker breaks the high-end audio mold, the Audiophiliac reports.
True, the NAD C 316BEE integrated amp isn't exactly feature-laden, and it's rated at a mere 40 watts per channel, but it sounds sweet!
Audiophiles take great pleasure in their hobby. Is it really any different than wine snobs or guys who collect Corvettes?
The Ogden, Utah company's most affordable tower speaker, the Omen DW, is a real keeper!
Hsu Research makes great small subs, so the Audiophiliac wanted to try one of the company's bigger (but not too expensive) subs, and wasn't disappointed.