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What's the most money you ever spent on audio equipment?



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What's the most money you ever spent on audio equipment?

What would be the upper end for your budget for audio equipment or what's the most you ever spent?

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Asmodeus
I spent $300 way back in 1984 for a set of big ass speakers with real wood cabinets and to this day they still work better and sound better than any of the new crappy plastic molded speakers out there.



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Christy14
Great, such a expensive audio system but it seems better when comparing to ordinary speakers... i like to listen the music with good quality of sound delivery so there must be an expensive to satisfy it.



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angie828
My husband has one that he uses...can not think of it offhand but he rather likes it and it was decently priced. He uses it a lot.



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sanfora
i never spent money on it i always do my own



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Asmodeus
i never spent money on it i always do my own


You build your own audio equipment from scratch????



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lerryrian
I spent $80 to buy a speaker with a subwoofer, i used evey new year.It has a very good sounds and bass, i love to play a remix song or a RNB music.Its better when my friend offer me a mixer's, but i don't have money so that i don't buy it.



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augusta
I think it should be around,$50-60 for an amplifier that we needed to have st home.I saw this amplifier online and decided to get one for the house.



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Heatman6190
Audio equipment are very costly here in Nigeria, to get just a mixer would cost you for about #15,000 Naira. So owning audio equipment isn't such a good idea for many and which is why most people prefer to hire such equipment for their projects for a little affordable price and return it afterwards.

The only audio equipment that I have procured on my own are speakers and they cost me a bit say about #70,000 Naira but from renting it out, I have realized my money back and made quite a reasonable profit as well.



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gelotologist
I think I spend $25-$26 for a speaker just to fulfill my need. The reason I want to buy it is because I work hard just to buy this kind of speaker like its on my wishlist. So I bought it just to like reward myself with something I worked hard for.



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DanoCath
I bought last week a headset and a speaker which cost me 30$, and that was really expensive for me. I don't have any choice I need to have a noise-canceling headset and speaker so I just bought it.



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tophew
For me i am willing to spend $500 dollars maximum of audio equipment as long as the quality is great the price is not a problem last year i bought fender amplifier for my electric guitar it cost more than $500 dollars but i only pay $500 and the rest was added by my father i like it the quality is great and the dynamic performance of the amp is nice.



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wallet
I guess I am the only one here who spend such a small amount of money on an audio equipment, I have spent 15 dollars on a microphone and 10 dollars on hearings, I know is not that much but is all that I need at the moment.



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vinaya
Couple of years ago, I bought an iPod for $200. This is the most money I have ever spent in audio equipment. These days I listen to music through my laptop or mobile phone and I don't spend on other kind of audio equipment. I also have a music system, however, I did not buy this, I got it as a gift from my in-laws. If I had to buy this equipment I would be spending more than $500.



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tenthztar
I guess a 50$ Asus Cerberus Headphone that i use mostly on my editings. It does the job and i never regret buying it, but sooner or later i will upgrade to a better headphones.



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Ushuaya
Unfortunately, I can't name the amount, but believe me, I spent a lot. I have never been sorry to spend money on audio equipment, and I often look for new models to try out a better sound. I recently heard that you need to have special machines and bowl feeders for the production of any equipment. I became seriously interested in this topic, so I started looking for more interesting sources in more detail. One of these sources turned out to be sandfieldengineering.com. Now I understand what it is and how it looks like



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