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Confessions of a former audiophile
Well, after reading all this on audio, I agree with the below. After a
given point (read $$$), it is subjective.
>No matter what manufacturer it is, if it is made anywhere other than
>Japan, Europe, or Us I would never put into my car.
>Otherwise, all of them are the same and use the same technology. The only
>thing that makes one better than another are your subjective preferences.
>> All four manufacturers are reputable...
>> 96 A4q
Starting in junior high I would read audio magazines, work paper routes,
and other odd jobs to save cash for a kickin' stereo. Purchased a Yamaha,
Nakamichi, Denon (this is pre CD), JBL system. Girlfriends' reactions?
"Gee, that sounds nice......"
In high school I upgraded to a better amp and some Klipsch LaScala speakers
and a better cartridge for the turntable. Girlfriends' reactions?
"Gee, that sounds nice......."
In college, I purchased my first CD player (NEC, still have it), some JBL
Studio Monitors, and a Hifi VCR. Reactions?
"Gee, that sounds nice..... but how come you don't have any money to take
After college, struggling with rent, utilities, and car insurance, I still
found $$$ for audio. But, I was working at an art gallery and decided to
invest in some prints/paintings/seriographs/etc. Reactions?
"Gee, that sounds nice....OOOOHHHHH I LOVE that painting!!!!"
The LaScala's are now part of my computer desk. I don't upgrade unless
something breaks. I buy quality stuff and expect it to last. My car
stereo is a simple Sony CD head unit and crossover, Boston Acoustic
plates, Bazooka, and Rockford 25x4 Amps. Loud enough, but doesn't
disturb the neighborhood. And I still have $$$$ to take the wife to a
nice vietnamese place for dinner, and she thinks the car stereo "sounds
85 Coupe GT