Can you think of any audiophile links that readers may not be aware of?

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Audiophile websites cover every niche of the hobby, and new ones are always fun to find. Are there any worthy audiophile links that Stereophile readers may not be aware of?
Can you think of any audiophile links that readers may not be aware of?
Yes, here's a link or two
68% (60 votes)
No, can't think of any
32% (28 votes)
Total votes: 88
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dsyrie's picture
Jared Gerlach's picture

www.troelsgravesen.dk/Diy_Loudspeaker_Projects.htm
It doesn't matter if you brew your own loudspeakers or not, Troels has put together a wealth of good information about hi-fi in these pages. It's well worth a look.

Paul Luscusk's picture

bigblackdisk.com—a cool place for LP freaks.

zags's picture

www.cdjapan.co.jp
A great link for Japanese issue SHM, HQCD, & Blue Spec CDs that are never mentioned in American print media. Shame on you.

Milan's picture

www.aca.gr
It's the Audiophile Club of Athens! Huge respect for these guys. A lot of people can learn from them! Regards from their northern neighbor.

Bill Lund's picture

Go to the following website: Audiogrid.com
Then click on "Audio Related Site List". This is an alphabetical listing of literally thousands of audio related web sited.

Wojciech Pacula's picture

www.highfidelity.pl
A high fidelity Polish (in Polish and English) web magazine.

henryheck's picture

myspace.com/gymrome
It's an amateur's "spare time' attempt at introducing new or newer music to an older audience. You'll also find references to stereo music equipment and a few other things dear to the hearts of those of us who are 50+. Remember us? We're the ones who actually want to buy stuff!

MJS's picture

forums.audioreview.com and www.audiogon.com/

audio-sleuth@comcast.net's picture

www.manleylabs.com
If it's not fun, why do it?

Lila's picture

www.commonsenseaudio.com
All things being equal, single-driver, full range speakers sound more musical and alive, with more presence.

Pradeep's picture

www.aca.gr
The Audiophile Club of Athens.

Ted Clamstruck's picture

uk.geocities.com/cyrilb2@btinternet.com
Cyril Bateman has an excellent web site that has downloadable articles with data on capacitor distortion. It's a must-read for those wishing to separate the hype from the reality.

djl's picture
smg's picture

How about some actual science?
www.linkwitzlab.com
www.gedlee.com
www.sound.au.com

Agnes Monica Bogel's picture

www.linkwitzlab.com
If you care about sound and science, this is the place to go. Forget "exotic" stuff.

air-11's picture

sites.thestar.com.my/audio/
www.whathifi.com

lou winczner's picture

thespeakershop.com

craig's picture

www.audaud.com/audaud/audlink.html
sound.westhost.com/impedanc.htm

wetone's picture
Aden's picture

For Aussies: stereo.net.au

mrlowry's picture

marklev.com/
A fan site with pictures, schematics, literature, and dating for most Mark Levinson products.
www.arcdb.ws/ A fan site for Audio Research with specs, dating, and original pricing. So complete and accurate that Audio Research has a link to it on their official site.
desirableaudio.blogspot.com/ High end audio from the perspective of some very passionate individuals in the Far East. They seem to be really into the resonance tuning of their rooms with stuff like Shun Mook and the like.
news.cnet.com/audiophiliac/?tag=blgs.list Steve Guttenberg's blog which an interesting mix of high end and mid fi, and some wacky stuff . . . and of course Wes and Stephen's Stereophile blogs are lots of fun too!

Martin van der Linden's picture
Cihangir Güzey's picture

www.nonamehifi.com Very rich and continuously added contents make this site one of the most popular European audiophile sites.

Roger's picture

computeraudiophile.com

Wendy's picture

desirableaudio.blogspot.com

Jose Cuervo's picture

Audiofederation.com has mucho pictures of juicy audio gear

mike eschman's picture

arkivmusic.com

Serpieri's picture

I'm sure others know about this one, but just in case: tweekgeek.com

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