Last week we focused on sound, but now let's put music first. Forget sound quality: from a <I>musical</I> perspective, what disc in your collection is your favorite?
Let's focus on sound for this week. (We'll zero-in on the music next week.) When you want to hear how good a recording can sound, what do you go for? Forget musical merit. What is the best-sounding disc you have in your collection?
We already know that your life is devoted to music and audio, but what comes next? In addition to being an audiophile, what else are you passionate about?
Reader Samuel Figueroa says, "Judging from the advertisements I get through email, it would appear that most people who buy LPs listen to jazz." <P> Is this true? If you currently buy vinyl, what genre of music do you purchase most?
In the April issue of <I>Stereophile</I>, John Marks talks about using Sony's original Playstation as a CD player. What's the most unusual source you've ever used in your system, analog or digital?
Sometimes we fall in love with the idea or potential of a product, only to be disappointed with the real thing. Have you ever had your audiophile heart broken?
Many cars these days come with a <A HREF="http://www.stereophile.com/news/022108bentley/">decent stock audio system</A>. But like anything, some are better than others. When considering a car for purchase, how important to you is the audio system?
You forget to turn the power amp off while unplugging an input cable, or your neighbor walks over and taps your tonearm while a record is playing. Has bad luck ever struck your audio system?
As Stephen Mejias <A href="http://blog.stereophile.com/stephenmejias/020408junk/" target=new>found recently</a>, there really are audiophile gems and deals to be had in the "junk" store. Have you ever found audiophile treasure in junk shops?
The internets have brought audiophiles a wealth of information never before available. Sure you are reading Stereophile.com right now, but what are some other fun audio websites?