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There is no more emotional topic with audiophiles than the sonic characteristics of


. Audiophiles go to the most over-the-top extremes to get the most from their collection of vinyl records. They spend anywhere from hundreds of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars on turntables that can deliver the most magical of sound. Critics say that vinyl has a high signal to noise ratio and limited dynamics compared to Compact Discs but it's hard to argue that the analog sound is alluring, sexy and compelling. Vinyl also is the format that, by far, the most audiophile records are released on. 180 gram and 200 gram


records provide a fantastic musical experience.

Why We Do What We Do

Paul Wilson gives you some ammo for the next time someone criticizes your audio hobby. Read more
Roger Skoff writes Part 3 of his occasional series on weird things about cables. Read more

How Harry Pearson Changed Audio

Brent Butterworth examines the accomplishments and philosophies of audio journalism pioneer Harry Pearson. Read more
You want fewer ads in your media? Paul Wilson wants more. Here's why. Read more
Roger Skoff ponders the importance (or lack thereof) of six-nines copper in cable design. Read more

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