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beginner audiophile | hifi | gear reviews | stereo | hi-end audio

By Michael O’Neal and Awesome Co-hosts

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Description

Michael O'Neal and his co-hosts bridge the gap between the clueless big box stores and the snobby stereo shops. Every show is filled with gear reviews, commentary, and interviews aimed to find out what makes a real world difference in your listening experience, how to get the most bang for your buck, and frankly, how to begin experiencing your music in the way it was intended.

Customer Reviews

Finally a show dedicated to high end audio!

This show is great. It's a couple of real guys talking about what REALLY sounds better in the audiophile world, instead of the nonsense. And I'm not just saying that because I'm the host.

Ok, I am slightly biased.

Just what the doctor ordered for the beginner audiophile.

I know very little about audio. Episode 1 was full of value nuggets. The hosts seem very knowledgeable. They spoke to my level of expertise and never sounded pretentious. I feel much more informed after only one episode. Looking forward to the next episode.

Good show, misleading name

There is nothing beginner about this podcast. The second guy talks about multi thousand dollar headphones and cables. The lead guy swears by HD audio downloads when it’s been proven that you can’t hear the difference in double blind tests. How do you upsample analog recordings from the 70s? It’s hard to take their gear reviews serious when they believe in placebo nonsense. No difference from the golden ear, magic cable people.

beginner audiophile | hifi | gear reviews | stereo | hi-end audio
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  • Category: Gadgets
  • Language: English

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