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Video: Could Pro Audio Gear Improve Your Hi-Fi System?

In this video Emiko demystifies some of the myths between hi-fi and pro audio gear, and why you may want to consider one or the other.

The pro audio and audiophile communities have an odd relationship. One might say they’re at odds, despite their respective desire to reproduce the highest quality music. 

There are a large number of companies dedicated to each market, but are they really that different?

Emiko aka @thathifigirl demystifies some of the myths between hi-fi and pro audio gear, and why you may want to consider one or the other. 

Depending which camp you’re already in, you might be surprised to learn what the other has to offer. 

Watch the full video on YouTube (or click play above).

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This video was sponsored by SVS. Learn more at svsound.com.

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