Which audio product spent the most amount of time in your system?

Which audio product spent the most amount of time in your system?
That would be
96% (109 votes)
Don't know
4% (4 votes)
Total votes: 113

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?

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Jared Gerlach's picture

I have a ca 1988 Technics CD player that was my first foray into digital. Over the years, it has been used as a dedicated source, then later only as a transport, handing off the digital data to the A/V receiver du jour. I have a CD player that cost nearly ten times what the old Pano unit cost, but the expensive unit doesn't track damaged discs nearly as well and is much more tedious to program.

dEV.in.Shanghai's picture

My very first integrated amp was an NAD and it lasted 22 years. It pre-dated remotes and I had to use the "Aux" channel as there was not one for CD. It worked flawlessly until just a few years ago.

Jo's picture

Spendor BC1s

Arthur J Edwards, Jr's picture

Monster Cable M1000i Interconnects. Bought this stuff in 1999, and it is still hanging in there. I may replace it tomorrow; but it is still there as of today.

LJW, AR's picture

My Sansui G7500 receiver, 1979- still kicking butt! Only in the shop once for a Tuner realignment.

kwoongu's picture

linnsondek lp 12

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