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Possche International
2784 N. Campbell Ave.

STAFF PICK: It's clichéd, but true: They don't make them like they used to. Today's stereo equipment is made of cheap plastics and even cheaper electronics. So why spend a fortune for the new when the old is just as good (if not better)? This is where Possche International, comes in. They've got a substantial assortment of used receivers, turntables and cassette players lovingly cleaned and cared for by a dedicated staff of two. For true audiophiles, they even sell older equipment that sounds (and looks) better than those newfangled contraptions at Circuit Shitty, and you'll even score the occasional reel-to-reel deck with some luck. Be sure to hang around the listening room, where you'll hear everything from Mahler to Buck Owens--a good enough recommendation in itself.

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