Wadia a102 Stereo Amplifier $1,500 Reviewed

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‘ We live in a world of “shock and awe” where the more grandiose or outrageous a product or technology is, the more likely it is to strike an emotional chord with consumers and sell. It seems that, if something is engaging or exotic, even if it is highly flawed, people gravitate to it. We see this every day in the audiophile world where consumers will still spend more than $5,000 on a turntable–a 100-year-old, high-distortion, low-resolution technology–just because it is “high mass” or “machined from aircraft-type materials.”



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