Here's a few links to places I like to visit on the web - click on the
logos to visit.
to the Flat Earth.
The new location for a great forum, with a good mix of music-loving
enthusiasts. This site is dedicated to systems that play music,
and has a variety of rooms, from vintage kit to an accessible DIY
section and an even greater variety of contributors.
You'll get some good and eclectic music recommendations here, along
with a healthy second-hand private sale section and some excellent
If you have a great dealer and want to tell the world (and give
you're dealer some ludicrously cheap advertising) ask your dealer
to contact Tony Lonorgan,
the forum administrator.
you're looking for music, you've come to the right place.
If ever there was a company that polarised views, Naim Audio is
I've used their equipment ever since I was first able to afford
it, and still have a very fond regard for their ability to make
equipment that doesn't get in the way of the music. Not a technological
toy, simply a means to an end.
The forum has one of the best music areas you'll find anywhere
and the the most eclectic and varied selection of recommendations
you'll find on the planet.
BTW, Naim users aren't as scary as they are made out to be ;-)
fanatics, for fanatics.
One of the best DIY Audio sites on the planet.
There's a vast array of hugely intelligent people here, with a
wealth of experience to call upon, along with some real 'characters'.
An ever-expanding site, firmly reflecting the interests of it's
users, a real growing, lively place with a section for everyone.
...the what, why and some of the how to setup your
room for listening
I some music.
Acoustica.org.uk is brought to you by the twisted pair, cheerfully
pragmatic inhabitants of a flatter earth.
Largely inspired by posts and queries on the old Naim Conference
(RIP), this little effort is meant collate enough resources to dispel
grand bits of misinformation such as the top ten domestic acoustics
myths (for which you will have to visit the site).
Some good little projects here (Marantz CD63 mods, Rega arm weights
and more) worth a visit for the well-written, witty and engaging
presentation of some great ideas to try at home.