The philosophy of extracting all of the possible sonic and acoustical capabilities out of high fidelity stereos, or home theater equipment into that of a more correct representation that mimics the original audio recording. This can be done through several methods. The main ingridients for this philosophy are "separation and isolation" of audio frequencies, electro magnetic interference, vibration and resonance, and radio frequency interference. Another ingredient is that the conductance between electric audio signal transfer must also be kept high with low resistant materials being present within the specific components' circuitry. The most accurate type of amplification of this audio signal must be applied in order to hear music at desired audible levels with the least amount of harmonic distortion.
Through the practice of audiophilism I am able to provide an excellent soundstage and stereo imagery within my acoustically treated listening room.