Is Hi-Fi For You?
by John O'Reilly
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Pub Date 21 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 08 Dec 2021
Is Hi-Fi for you? It may not be. You may never know. Unless of course, you read this little book.
Do you enjoy recorded music? Should the answer be positive, we are on firmer ground. What this unique little book does is allow you to explore what better sound reproduction of your favourite music means for you. The book then provides an important guide as to how you can acquire better sound reproduction at modest cost.
Should you wish for even better high-fidelity sound reproduction, costs are considerably higher. Even so, this highly readable book provides ways of achieving astonishingly fine sound reproduction for a fraction of the usual cost. And one too that the family can buy into.
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Written by a lifelong hi girl enthusiast this book will explain a great deal. Not too techy so easy to follow the learning, if that’s what you want? If you want validation your choices are correct then you should also learn something about cost v quality. If you love listening to music in any format then you will love this little book. Thank you #NetGalley for the copy to review.
This book had me answer the question, yes Hi-Fi is for me. A quick guidebook that just leads you to understand why you may be interested in Hi-Fi and how to go about it. How to situate your equipment for the best scenario, what investments should be made, and if you need to make them at all. John O'Reilly almost lost me with the early chapter on vinyl, but in the back of my mind, I thought, maybe he wants people to stop finding vinyl records so he could get them all. But I continued on the interesting propositions of Hi-Fi and then O'Reilly eased the tension with his partially different take on vinyl, which made it all okay in my book. But yes, Hi-Fi is for me, and midway through the book, I was already looking for DACs.