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If you need the quiet of a headphone amp and still want the speakers connected…
What are the differences between car and home audio?
If you have higher impedance headphones why does it seem they need more power?
If you’re renovating a room for best acoustics, what’s it take?
If you’re passionate about a hobby, what’s it take to turn it into a career?
If you don’t have the money for speakers, what about DIY?
What’s the best advice for buying vintage speakers?
If two receivers are the same price and designed by the same company, would one sound better than the other if it had fewer channels?
Power amplifiers have the potential to damage loudspeakers. How are they protected and how does that protection work?
Are watts really watts? Are they the same whether produced from a vacuum tube amplifier of a solid-state transistor device? And if the same why do I see so many differences?