Some of us collect gear from way back, while others have just updated their entire systems. How far back does your equipment go? Anything collectible?
In answering last week's VOTE! question, many indicated that they're looking for new equipment. What, if anything, are you currently considering?
A never-ending controversy among <I>Stereophile</I>'s readers (and critics) is whether or not the equipment reviewed in the magazine is too pricey or not pricey enough. What do you think?
Streaming allows you to start hearing an audio track within seconds of selecting it from a website, but when you stop listening, it's gone. Downloading a track allows you to store audio on your computer for use now or later, but it can take a while to complete. Which method of getting audio from the Internet do you prefer?
Sony announced last week that they are lowering the price of their latest SACD player to $3500. Is this the right price to get your attention?
Last week's Soapbox inspired this week's question: Which do you prefer
While we're on the topic of high-end audio e-commerce, have you tried your hand at the online market in <I>used</I> audio equipment?
Dozens of new websites are popping up aimed at selling audio equipment directly to consumers. Some are even working out deals with brick-and-mortar retailers in your area to deliver services, and some high-end components are now <I>only</I> available on the Web. Does purchasing audio products over the Internet appeal to you?
In answering last week's question
With SDMI on the horizon, supposedly inaudible watermarking may end up in quite a bit of the digital audio we listen to. Is this a problem for you?