Where would you go for the ultimate audiophile vacation and why?

Where would you go for the ultimate audiophile vacation and why?
I'd go to
68% (82 votes)
I'd never leave the house
32% (39 votes)
Total votes: 121

It could be a foreign country or a big city. Where would you go for the ultimate audiophile vacation and why?

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Dr.  Neumann's picture

TOKYO!

Toful's picture

Los Angeles has the best record stores in the known universe!

Enrique's picture

London, UK. From July to November. Why? Concerts, Concerts, Concerts—more than 10 in a week!

Vic S.'s picture

My system is likely low- to mid-end, but to me, it sounds pristine. So staying indoors would be ideal for me. I would send the wife and kids away, though (for a week or two).

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Zomby Woof's picture

Mont Ventoux, on my bike. Because there's more to life, and because a break from somehing good means an enjoyable return.

Paul Basinski's picture

Primus Audio Pleasure, KC, MO. A beautiful old building in downtown crammed to the gills with fabulous gear in luxurious rooms. Al is great, unassuming and knowledgeable. And it's a short hop to 18th and Vine to visit the American Jazz Museum and the ghost of Charlie Parker. Then on to Gates for the best Bar-B-Q in 1000 miles. Go!

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pierre briere's picture

London, England

Tim Bishop's picture

Tough one! I could stay home and listen, listen, and listen some more. Or I could go to NYC and check out some really exotic or esoteric gear. I think I will stay home, use the travel money for some new music!

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