Originally Posted by Franin
Your right it can be very expensive and addictive but Im learning to control the temptations.
It can be expensive. I don't consider it a hobby but more of an interest, and yet I've spent a lot of money over the last 5 years and shudder to think what my bank account would look like now had I not. It started with the TV back in July 2008.
But part of that spending deluge was to put together a nice system that would serve for the long haul. I think I have that now, but as mentioned elsewhere I wonder if I should replace my speakers before I get to retirement, when I would likely not be able to afford it should they break; I've had them 20 years. You, Franin, have put together a really good system and don't need to buy anything more, only repair or replace as necessary. "Controlling the temptations" is a good start on reining things in.