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11 reasons why $200,000 stereo system is better than a $200,000 automobile

When Steven Stone lived in Boston, parking the car on the street always seemed like the equivalent of putting a pile of money on the curve and hoping it would still be there when you return. Here’s some other reasons that high-performance stereos are better than high-performance automobiles


Governments don’t tax and license stereo system use.

You can’t wrap a stereo system around a tree by accident.

Your insurance premiums don’t go up every time you get caught going over 100 dB.

Unlike a manual transmission Maserati, you can use a stereo
with a ruptured Achilles tendon.

Fewer knuckles are scrapped working on stereo systems than on autos.

You can use a stereo system even when the weather outside

Stereos never have to be towed back to the dealer and repaired
while you wait in a room filled with ancient Car and Driver magazines.

You can safely answer your cell phone while using your stereo.

Automobiles wear out from normal use. Stereo systems don’t (excepting styli and
tape heads).

Stereo gear takes up less space when is it’s in storage. But
once it’s set up, a stereo system takes up more space, but it’s cleaner.

Better your 16-year old “tries out” your stereo than he pulls a
Ferris Bueller with your Ferrari. 

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