One of the reasons I wrote The Audiophile’s Guide was to help fix the biggest problem in high-end audio systems. The one most of us take for granted, yet never master.
Sure, we all know the basics: approximately where to place the loudspeakers, how to connect the kit, how to tame a lousy room.
But basics are not mastery in the same way learning how to boil water doesn’t make you a culinary expert.
With over 10,000 copies in circulation, I am happy to report that more systems sound better than ever before.
But, the Guide doesn’t work for everyone because not everyone gets the same benefits from simply reading a book.
That’s where someone like David Snyder can help. David, who refers to himself as an amateur audiophile (aren’t most of us?), has taken apart every aspect of The Audiophile’s Guide and methodically laid it out in much easier to understand language than I was able to.
He’s published this work in a 5-part series called Unlocking Great Sound and to be honest, he’s done a far better job than I.
If you’re interested, you can go here and begin with part 1.