Are you searching for the best sounding vinyl records and the best audiophile vinyl pressings? Then look no further!
"Audiophilia nervosa" is a condition almost every audiophile at a certain point gets confronted with, because in the hobby of the audiophile the main goal is to create the best possible conditions to reproduce music, by all means necessary: toe-in the loudspeaker that extra milimeter, put another plug on a power cable, couple or decouple yet another component, after this alteration better again listen to that one "test" song (by now you really had it with this song, but hey, it's got "audiophile" quality), maybe buy that expensive loudspeaker that got raving reviews in the "trade press", to afterwards come to the conclusion the loudspeaker was not the issue, but the amplifier was ("how the hell will I be able to explain this financial blunder to my wife, let alone persuade her into buying myself a new amplifier"). Do these things sound familiar? Then by all means: read on!
One of the most challenging aspects of high end audio reproduction is getting your room acoustics right. Therefore, acoustic treatment is a "must-have".
What a difficult task, making a list of the 500 greatest albums of all time while there is so many really good music out there. Rolling Stone Magazine did an attempt and to tell you the truth, most of these 500 albums are either in my collection or on my bucket list.
We found this list of "30 popular albums with audiophile sound quality" when Googling around. So why not share this list with all of you?