I'll be honest. There is no way that I'll be able to afford to buy a set of Audio T's sensational speakers for a very... very long time. As such, I'm more of a Richer Sounds kind of guy, but if you want to hear true audio bliss (and if you have the money, believe me... you do) then Audio T may well be the best Brighton has to offer.
This decent sized store has that layout that exudes style, with a couple of sofas set out at the back of the shop separated by a wall for you to experience the true audio bliss that you can achieve from some of the finest combinations of amplifiers, speakers and record players. One set of speakers (without the rest of the fancy gear needed) broke £6,000... Although there are plenty on the sub £1,000 side of things, this should give you an idea of the kind of clientèle that Audio T hope to attract.
The elitest price point does carry several other benefits, with the store owners personally testing the equipment in front of you to ensure that the model you take away satisfies both yours and their sets of ears. Despite this, I'd still say the store is working on the expensive side of the spectrum by a looong way, but when your chucking around this kind of cash, you're buying a lifestyle and bragging rights as much as anything else.
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