HiFi Info

Hi-Fi Electronics

If you are just getting into vintage HiFi and want to learn more about your stereo equipment, these are good websites you should bookmark. These websites have information on just about every piece of audio equipment ever made. This information can help you make buying decisions by helping you narrow your search, looking at specs, reading articles, and even participating in the forums. And if you are a DIYer, this information can be invaluable in helping you restore vintage audio, by helping you with service manuals and more.

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Hifi Engine

The HiFi Engine library has images, specifications and reviews for thousands of audio components, along with free downloads of owners manuals, service manuals, schematics and product catalogs for amplifiers, pre-amps, power amps, tuners, tape decks, cd players, turntables, and more! There are over half a million registered users.

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Vinyl Engine

Sister site to HiFi Engine with a focus on turntables, tonearms and phono cartridges. Vinyl Engine has a very helpful library with images, specifications and reviews for thousands of audio components, along with free downloads of owners manuals, service manuals, schematics and product catalogs. There is an active forum where you can learn all you want about your turntable, as well as getting friendly help from around the world to get your vinyl playback dialed in.

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Tuner Information Center (TIC)

Also known as, FM Tuner Info, this is the best place we know of to learn about tuners with a database of over 100 audio brands. You can find shootouts between top tuners, writeups by expert staff contributors, DIY mods, repairs, links and more. These guys have been around since 2001, so they know what they’re talking about.

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