Good selection, deep knowledge, or simply cheap prices—what is the most important quality for a dealer to have, in your opinion?
It's no surprise that high-end audio dealers are getting thinner on the ground. Even so, how often do you visit a high-end audio dealer?
The flipside to last week's question is hard to resist: Are there any artists (living or dead) that you go out of your way to avoid collecting?
It might be Miles Davis, John Zorn, or the works of Eric Satie. Is there an artist, living or dead, whom you collect obsessively?
On the flip side to last week's question, what product have you purchased that gave you the <I>least</I> bang for the buck?
Money can't always buy love, but it is often thought it can buy audio happiness. Or can it? What is the least amount you have spent on an audio component that produced music that made you happy?
As evidenced by the response to last week's vote, audiophiles are increasingly turning to their computers as a source of music. Should <I>Stereophile</I> review more or fewer computer audio products?
CD sales are down, online sales and streaming services are inching forward, and most record labels are in a world of hurt. What do record labels need to do to survive and thrive?