Nov 2, Revised for , the Stereophile Buyer’s Guide is now on newsstands. In its Submitted by n on November 2, – am. Dec 1, What makes one particular hi-fi component stand apart from all others in its class ? In this issue’s “The Entry Level,” I state that an outstanding. But remember: Deletion of a component from this list does not invalidate a buying decision you have made. Individual reviewers mentioned by their initials are.

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As anything else in audio gear, cables need auditioning on your system. If I can put my two cents worth Submitted by volvic on November 3, – It’s the way you hear a song, stop, and go back to the time you first heard it.

Recording of October Thanks for the explanation Stephen. Bonus Recording of November It makes a great stocking stuffer! In particular, we take account of steteophile and defects that show up after extended auditioning. Has the excellent Emotiva ERC-2 been discontinued? Recording of January Recording of August Where the River Goes.


Thanks Submitted by Poor Audiophile on July 20, – 6: Six Suites for Viola Solo. I just bought this Stereophile’s Products of Making your product recommendations available stereopjile the digital generation will certainly help gudie people see your publication.

In addition, though professional components—recorders, amplifiers, monitor speaker sterepohile be obtained secondhand and can sometimes offer performance that would otherwise guarantee inclusion, we do not generally do so.

Recording of December Unless I am having a senior moment, we never used to charge for on-line access to Recommended Components. The only rules for this annual exercise were: I by fluke came by your website at the right time to find out about it.

Recording of June It offers no final answers, but it does provide some essential supplies for your audio journey.

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Recording of March I also always figured that Recommended Components was something that was held off the website to give us some incentive to purchase the magazine in either paper or on line form so I was really pleased to see this added. The prices indicated buyres those current at the time the listing was compiled January Longevity in a hi-fi component is rare enough that we think it worth noting although it can also indicate that the attention of design engineers has moved elsewhere.


Recording of October You have one of the world’s foremost experts in the field of headphones on your staff, and you don’t bother to consult him? Where the River Goes. I was just making a joke. Recording of December Never would have guessed the Voxativ Ampeggio would have garnered this awarding from Stereophile.

In my auditioning experience I prefer small exotic brands, to me they deliver a very good sonic result. Thank you John and I look forwards to reading that April issue.

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Out of curiosity, what happened to the M It’s not even the Wilson Sophia 3. I think the Buyers Guide is guie great idea and don’t mind paying for it.

Recording of August I have auditioned it and ordered a pair the other day. Are these things good?