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.
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.
A retro-inspired concept MP3 player from Mintpass includes three VU meters and big, chunky buttons.
Innovative Audio specializes in selling affordable "vintage" hi-fis. Complete systems with a receiver, turntable or CD player and speakers start around $500!
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.
By carefully selecting used high-end gear, you can assemble a great hi-fi and save a bundle.
CBS CMO George Schweitzer discusses some vintage television ads from the CBS Attic collection. Some of the ad's promises aren't that different from today's ad claims.
Oswald's Mill Audio's cast-iron speaker breaks the high-end audio mold, the Audiophiliac reports.
The British have a knack for making exceptional-sounding small monitor speakers; the KEF LS50 is the latest example of the breed.
Audiophiles take great pleasure in their hobby. Is it really any different than wine snobs or guys who collect Corvettes?