Audio Tweak takes great care in pointing the client in the right direction.

A lot of people buy expensive high-end equipment but haven't got the faintest idea where to place their speakers in their particular listening environment. This is the most critical and important aspect of high-end. Without the knowledge and expertise of setting up your speakers, your continued quest of buying the best money can buy stuff will be redundant and unfortunately money fully wasted! This why there are very few people like us who understand the science behind room set-up and acoustic.

Before you buy anything, you need to know what you are getting yourself into. I'd be happy to answer your questions and guide you in the right direction.

It is imperative that you mix and match your system carefully with regards to achieving absolute precision and neutrality.

You want as faithful rendition of the recording event as possible, not a romanticized, warmish, cuddly rendition.

Too much bass and your mids get sucked-out prompting you to increasing the volume because you can’t hear what lies in the midrange.


Here's a typical buying guide.

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