How much do you have to spend to get a good sounding hifi? $500? 1,000? 5,000? $50,000?
Renewed. I’d like to get renewed.
When a product sticks in my mind, remembered like a great film or vacation, telling memorable stories of music reproduction coupled with a price that belies its staying power, you know we’re talking about a verified HiFi Bargain.
The diminutive and delicious Helm BOLT DAC recently worked itself onto my short list of Favorite DACs. If we add its $99.99 asking price into the equation, we come up with a verified HiFi Bargain.
You’ve got to spend money to save money.
Imagine your long lost great Uncle Bud passed away and bequeathed unto you his 2-million album music library.
I’ve heard plenty of Wharfdale speakers, certainly enough to know their warm and rich house sound.
Sometimes we need not look beyond our desktop to find a HiFi Bargain.
Clean power is nothing to sneeze at.
Vintage HiFi can be a veritable goldmine of HiFi Bargains. It can also be a minefield of mediocrity.
I purchased the fully-assembled SACThailand Minute EL84 Integrated Amplifier back in 2006 for $325 (it was also available in kit form for $295) pegging its 14-year use cost at around $28/year. That, my friends, is a HiFi Bargain.
Parasound goes about the business of making some great hifi products for great prices kinda on the quiet side, don’t you think?
My O My, what 134 dollars can buy…
The Rega P3/RB300 combo (also called the ‘P3 2000’) is about as classic a HiFi Bargain as they come. So says Captain Obvious.
Streaming is, without question, one of the major advances in music listening. Costing anywhere from free to around 20 bucks/month, a huge chunk of the big wide wonderful world of recorded music can be delivered directly to your ears. That’s a game-changer if ever there […]