Eastwood Hi Fi caters for the "realistic" Audiophile - i.e. ones who have a modicum of intelligence when it comes to the physics and chemistry involved in the reproduction of music via electronic means. Those of you who still believe that the Turntable and Record with its clicks, pop's, hisses and lack of dynamic range still offers a better sound than modern day 24 bit CD's, DVD-A or SACD's should click here and never return!
(actually, we're not that dogmatic and sell a range of Rega, Dual and lesser known turntable brands) - Plus, we sell TAC Vincent Valve Amplifiers and hybrid CD Players :)
However, for the intelligentsia amongst you who are truly in the search for that Holy Grail of music - the reproduction of the sound as it was heard either in the studio or live or, for that matter, as the recording engineer intended - may choose to stay and browse our humble site and agree or disagree with our ranting and ravings as you see fit.
Having trained in music, metallurgy and electronics in my younger days, you're not going to get me to argue for expensive speaker cables, interconnects and accessories. Cables do make a difference, but not to the extent that the blood suckers from most of the "up market" stores may have you believe. If you're considering speaker cable above $30 metre or ANY type of interconnect above $299, you've been bullshitted to!
In fact, usually, you need not spend above $6.00 metre for speaker cable and $50 for interconnects. Most differences you hear in A/B comparisons are a pure psychoacoustic phenomenon - the usual rule of thumb is to pay around 5% of the system price on interconnects - speaker cable is a different ball park 'cause it depends on the length of run, size of speaker and total power to be transferred - just hope the salesman knows what he's talking about!
If you really need help in your quest, bring in a sketch of the your room and seating position, a couple of CD's (no records please) and a rough budget. Keep an open mind and don't believe ANY reviews 'cause they are all biased in some way (especially those Pommie magazines). No brand snobs either - the speaker/room combination is more important than any other factor.
Still with us?
Good, then have a troll around and let's have some fun.