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How The Failure of Tweeter Killed Off The Mid-Fi Specialty AV Chain

February 4, 2013
The stereotypical mid-fi stereo store is the place where millions upon millions of people have gotten their first taste of meaningful specialty audio/video. I am not talking about crappy mass-market TVs and cheapie white van-inspired speakers. The local stereo store is the place where people with a little scratch in their pockets can learn about the good stuff. Products with more performance, more value, more pedigree, products made by hand, products made locally - the good stuff. More than one audiophile or home theater enthusiast started their journeys at the local stereo store
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