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The hifi systems at Tech Hifi can
cost as much as $8,000 (we're not
called The Hifi Show for nothing).
Or as little as $269. (For the
purposes of this ad, we'll assume you
have Porsche taste, but a Toyota
It is possible to be perfectly
happy with an inexpensive hifi
system. But only if all your com-
ponents are '-'best buys" in their
price range. (Incidentally, if you
buy something at Tech Hifi and
you're not perfectly happy with it,
you can return it within seven days
for a full refu ).

$299 You can spend days shopping
around in every place that sells stereo,
and we still guarantee you won't find

the world). This turntable comes
equipped with a rugged Pickering
magnetic cartridge that will take good
care of your record collection.
$399 It's rare, if ever, that you see
a system with components by Marantz,
'KLH, Philips, and Audiotechnica sell-
ing for under $400. This one features
the powerful, high quality Marantz
2215B stereo receiver; famous KLH
101 two-way acoustic suspension
loudspeakers; and the excellent
Philips GA 427 belt-drive auto-return
turntable, complete with an Audio-
technica AT 90E Dual Magnet cart-
ridge, base, and dustcover.

What can you get at Tech Hifi
for a little money? Glad you asked
that question... here are a few ex-
amples of what you'll hear at The Hifi
Show this week:
$269 For true high fidelity perfor-
mance at a truly affordable price, you
just can't beat this system with the
new high performance KLH 71 stereo
receiver; big 2-way Studio Design.
36 loudspeakers; and the new BSR
2260BX automatic turntable (com-
plete with base, dustcover, and ADC
induced-magnetic cartridge). Come
to The Hifi Show this week and ask
one of our sales consultants to play this
amazing system for you.

a better -sounding system for the money
i than this one. It features the
powerful Pioneer 434 am/fm.
stereo receiver; reliable BSR
2260BX automatic turntable
and startling ADC XT-6 loud-
speakers which are small
enough to fit in your book-
shelves, yet loud enough to
wake up an entire dormitory.
Also included in the system
price are a dustcover, base,
and ADC induced-magnetic
$329 For slightly more
money you can own a system
with the popular EPI
60 loudspeakers. The "Linear
Sound" of EPI is more real- +
sounding than many expen-
sive speakers, and they are
just the right size for a col-
lege room or small apartment.
The power for the EPI's is
supplied by the superb Nikko
2025 am/fm stereo receiver,
and the turntable we include
is the high performance
Garrard 440M (Garrard is
probably the most well-known
manufacturer of turntables in

Philips audio-technica
Before you spend a lot of
money on stereo, spend a free
evening this week at The Hifi Show.

- -- --- -®m - " mowLmA

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