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Our Hi-Fi Heyday collection features a choice assortment of the finest tube amps, discrete receivers, time-tested turntables, and vintage speakers to bring out the best in your music collection. Go ahead, turn it up!

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Electronic audio equipment has been a part of homes almost as long as electricity. From phonograms and AM radios to bluetooth systems and smart speakers, there are numerous devices, functions, and purposes for home audio equipment.

To play audio, a source, such as a radio, disc player, turntable, or smart TV, is needed. That is then connected to a receiver, which usually has a basic amplifier and EQ built in. Then, at least one speaker is connected to produce sound. Some equipment combines two or all three of these elements.

Current consumers may have a few basic variations in mind:


Throughout the 21st century, televisions and similar displays have become thinner, sleeker, and lighter. Most contemporary displays have small speakers that face downward, or have no integrated audio at all.

For many users, the volume and clarity of sound produced by these displays will not be satisfactory, but casual shoppers often aren’t interested in systems that require multiple components, various types of cables, and headache-inducing setups.

For these people, a soundbar is the ideal setup. Soundbars provide a simple setup and require little space, often blending in with the television they amplify. Soundbars can work with almost any device, including vintage analog audio players and new digital devices.

Smart Speakers

Beyond simple digital assistants in a donut-sized speaker, contemporary technology and audio companies offer smart speakers that are more sophisticated in providing home audio. These devices can provide audio from a variety of devices, pair with other sound sources, and help simplify entertainment experiences. Sonos, Apple, and Google are a few companies making recommended smart speakers.

Home Theater Sound

The biggest audiophiles will settle for nothing less than a fully customized hardware setup. This will include most of the following: a receiver, amplifier, subwoofer, front speaker pair, center speaker, and rear speakers. It can include additional speakers, a graphic equalizer, and acoustic treatments.

For those interested in the home theater experience without investing much time and energy, there are kits available, often called “home theater in a box.” These provide everything needed to experience surround sound at home for a reasonable cost and give the enthusiastic a starting point for future upgrades.

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