We love a good stereo article – especially when it’s about us! Below is a sampling of our favorite StereoBuyers press stories and blog mentions. For any media inquiries, please contact us.
Where has StereoBuyers been?
From Architectural Digest, March 2022
Why “Listening Rooms” Are the Next Big Thing in Interiors
From The Red Hook Star Revue, January 2021
Hi-end audio is a surprise best seller as COVID keeps people home
From Stereophile, May 29, 2020
Listening 210: Guns N' Neuroses, the Life of a Used-Gear Specialist
From The Absolute Sound, December 2019
Bar Shiru: The Connective Power of Music
From New York Times, February 02, 2020
These Unknown Chinese Audio Brands Might Just Be the Best
No-name audio devices from China can output better sound than big-label gear. But locating these ‘Chi-Fi’ alternatives has been a unique pain—until now
From Brooklyn Eagle, November 19, 2019
How eBay created its own business community in Brooklyn
Company reps and e-vendors left their offices and homes to talk revenue and process — offline.
From Wall Street Journal, October 20, 2018
The Temple of Tunes
Vintage-audio collectors are on the hunt for coveted, ancient components to make their classic stereo systems sing. Here, how to start exploring and avoid the pitfalls.
From C-NET, June 2, 2018
The Stereo Buyers listening room
I visited Stereo Buyers' Brooklyn, NY headquarters to get a first-hand look at some vintage audio, and there were aisles and aisles of the most rarified gear to drool over.
From Steve Guttenberg Audiophiliac, May 25, 2018
The Audiophiliac gets down with vintage gear
From Steve Guttenberg Audiophiliac, September 4, 2013
Audiophiles, Nazis, hoarders, and music lovers
From C-NET, September 4, 2013
Brooklyn's treasure trove of used high-end audio
I visited Stereo Buyers' Brooklyn headquarters to get a first-hand look at their gear. Located in Red Hook, the facility was flooded by Hurricane Sandy last summer, and most of the inventory was literally underwater.
From C-NET, February 16, 2009
Swap your old hi-fi for cash
Adam Wexler, who was always into hi-fi equipment, started hanging around high-end audio shops when he was just a kid. By the time he was in college, he was selling a local shop's traded-in components and speakers.