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Hi-Fi Manifesto

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At Audio Affair, we've always been passionate about music and hi-fi and we've always aimed to be more than just a retailer. We're explorers of sound, and in every new model and new product range we get to hear (in store or at trade shows), we're looking for something special. That's why we only sell products we believe in, products we can recommend as we help each new explorer find their perfect sound.

 

You can be an explorer as well and join us on this journey to audio nirvana. As long as you love music, you can enjoy it more on a good hi-fi system. Life's too short for bad sound quality. That's why we've written this Hi-Fi Manifesto, to share our passion for good sound, fuel the conversation about why hi-fi matters, what you need to consider to create a good hi-fi system and invite new explorers to discover what good hi-fi is all about.

 

YOU can get involved too by sharing the Hi-Fi Manifesto, downloading it and changing it (see below), or suggest changes on our Facebook page or Twitter page

 

 

We worked long and hard on this Hi-Fi Manifesto - editing, changing and tweaking it until we were happy that it includes the things we feel are most important for good hi-fi and good sound. You may not agree with all of it though and that's why we INVITE YOU to download it (click below), change it, or scrap everything that we've written and write and share your own.

 

Download the hi-fi manifesto now (pdf)
Download the hi-fi manifesto now (editable word document)
Order an A3 copy of the manifesto (send us a photo of it next to your hi-fi when it arrives and we'll feature it on the photos below)
Watch our video run through on YouTube

 

Otherwise, please COMMENT and please SHARE the Hi-Fi Manifesto by heading over to our Facebook page, Twitter page, email us or post your comments straight into the Facebook comments box below...

 

 

What some of you have been doing with the Hi-Fi Manifesto...