The Hi-Fi experience
The modern age is complete with a multitude of ways to listen to music – both easily and conveniently.Thanks to the iPod, the smartphone, and music stored on a hard drive, your favorite music is often so easily accessible that it is just one button away. While all these technical marvels exist to simplify our lives, we slowly find that in many cases all this useful progress doesn't come for free. It comes at a cost and that cost is the privilege of enjoying your music in all the passion and glory, subtlety and refinement that were transferred to the recording tapes.
The era of the “traditional” audiophile, who emphasized a critical aspect of musical enjoyment – the fidelity of the playback chain - is slowly giving way to the innumerable conveniences afforded by technology that is aimed to provide just that: convenience.
Ultimate fidelity? Well, that is another matter, and quite sadly, not necessarily a priority with these technological marvels. Yet this is quite surprising, giving the fact, that most people would for instance prefer a flat HD TV or a camera with a 'high picture quality'.
Here are just 5 basic facts that will enlighten you to what a true high fidelity music system can bring you.
Listening pleasure really improves your well being
Music played and listened to through a high-fidelity system can, and will, provide an emotional experience that is at once unquantifiable, moving, and memorable. For many, music brings forth emotions that originate deep within the spiritual being. Sometimes a particular musical passage brings forth fond memories. In fact, scientific research has proven that when one listens to music, under certain optimal conditions for that particular listener, it can stimulate to such an extent that the “high” experienced is not unlike that which results from an addiction (without the dangerous side effects, of course!). Therefore, the enjoyment derived from listening to your music has exclusively positive effects on one’s well-being. It can reduce stress and increase satisfaction. The latest discoveries in neuroscience confirm without doubt that music indeed has therapeutic properties, especially classical music. You can therefore conclude that MUSIC is GOOD for YOUR HEALTH!