The Difference

When we opened in 1967, our objectives were clear: carry the finest equipment; offer liberal and straightforward policies; be big enough to provide extensive services and competitive prices but small enough to know our customers. Since 1967, audio and video technologies have made great strides, our industry has been transformed, and we have championed these advances. Through it all, however, the human factor has remained constant. Our customers have not become “digitized” and neither has our way of doing business. Whether you are purchasing a cost-no-object whole-house audio/video system, or simply a table radio, we continue to follow our guiding principles.

Special Events: Record Store Day/ Boulder/Transparent/Critical Mass Systems

April 19th:  To celebrate Record Store Day, receive 25% off the price of all used LP records. While you are browsing through our substantial collection of used and new LPs, you might also take a look at our comprehensive selection of vinyl-related products, including cleaning supplies, cleaning machines, needles, cartridges, phono preamps and, of course, new and used turntables.

April 25th and 26th: Rich Maez, Boulder's Director of Sales and Marketing, will be here to introduce and demonstrate the new 2100 series of amplifiers and preamplifiers.  He will be joined by Bill Peugh of Transparent Audio and Joseph Lavrencik of Critical Mass Systems.

Please Click here or call the Evanston store at 847 864-9565 to reserve a time.