Reader RJM wants to know if you share your audio system with others.
Reader Doug Cline says this question came to him after watching <I>Ripley's Believe it or Not</I>: Have you ever tried an odd or out-there audio tweak that actually worked? What was it?
It's been a while since we talked about our amplifiers (23 months in fact). So we'd like to know what you are using now and why you like it.
Considering that so many people carped about the lack of good music and the overall poor recording quality in the last couple of Votes, I think there should be a poll asking, 'What's your favorite audiophile record label?' says reader Travis Cunningham. He'd also like to hear what people think about the sound each label achieves.
A clear majority of the readers who answered last week's poll think high prices have slowed down CD sales. So what price point feels right to you?
The sales slump currently bedeviling the record industry has been blamed on everything from 9/11 to bad music to CD pirates and MP3 file-swapping. What do you think is going on?
Finding a good source of audio advice and equipment can be tough. So, from time to time, we like to ask whether you've found a good high-end audio dealer.
A follow-up to last week's question: Which of your used bargains is the crown jewel?
Several readers have written in wondering how many audiophiles actively seek used equipment and where they look when they want to buy.
The results from last week's survey clearly indicate that the room is the biggest problem for most audiophiles. What, if anything, have you done to correct sonic problems in your listening room?
Reader Gerald Neily wonders where the Achilles' Heel in your audio system is and how you plan to deal with it.
Hot Products! The latest Consumer Electronics Show featured everything from multichannel audio-only preamps to universal SACD/DVD-A/CD players. What's your favorite audio product right now?
We saw quite a few new multichannel analog preamps (intended for use with multichannel SACD and DVD-Audio) from several high-end manufacturers at the recent CES. These preamps do not decode DVD-Video multichannel and are strictly for audio use. Does this type of product interest you?
Like the gopher that just won't leave your yard, vinyl continues to thrive in spite of CD and newer formats, such as SACD and DVD-Audio. Are you still a vinyl fan?
We've got the music business singing the blues with record sales down across the chart. Do you think the music from 2001 stacks up to that of previous years?