Audiophiles get a lot of ribbing at times for all kinds of reasons. Has anybody ever made fun of you for being an audiophile?
Sometimes we get lucky and find a product that turns out to stay with us forever. Which audio product has spent the most amount of time in your system?
We all pick a dud from time to time, waking up the next morning thinking "why did I buy that thing!" What audio product spent the least amount of time in your system?
Sometimes it's just a flimsy sheet of paper; other times it can be a mini book about audio. Which manufacturer provides its customers with the best owner's manual?
Now that Krell has <A HREF="http://blog.stereophile.com/he2007/051307ikid/">added one</A> to its product lineup, should an iPod dock be considered a standard component for a high-end audio system?
Let's say you're flying on a plane for six hours. What musician, from the past or present, would you want to find in the seat next to you?
Sure we all have a great listening setup, or at least are working on it. But reader Charles Domingue wants to know if your main music listening room is also your home-theater room?
Audiophiles treasure the time spent listening to their systems—but how often do you get to listen to an entire album uninterrupted?
Judging from the response to last week's poll, <I>Stereophile</I> readers love headphones. Do you use dedicated headphone amplification?
Whether for home or portable use, many audiophile like to have a good set of headphones, and perhaps special headphone amplification, lying around. Do you have decent headphones, and if so, what type are they?
After last week's question about money spent on recorded music each year, reader Joe Hartmann wants to know how much do you spend on live performances in a year?
An owner of an audiophile record label recently asked us how much we figured audiophiles spent on music purchases each year. We reckoned it would be smart to simply ask you directly. How much money do you spend on recorded music each year?
A very simple question this week: Are you happy with your audio system?
Researching audio products not only involves listening, but these days can include a bit of web work. Is there an audio manufacturer's website you particularly like? Why?
Its imminent demise has been reported for months by a variety of sources, from major labels to consumers. Are the Compact Disc's commercial troubles a good or bad thing for audiophiles?