Liquid Audio Hits 100K Views!

Liquid Audio Hits 100K Views!

Liquid Audio officially hit the 100,000 views mark back in April, so it’s about time I posted something about this milestone!

A huge thank you to everyone who has taken the time to visit my hifi repair and restoration website or entrusted me to provide a little love to their cherished audio gear. Back in 2012, when I started the Liquid Audio website, I never guessed that I would hit 100,000 page views, let alone achieve that in 4 years.

The success of the site has genuinely surprised me in many ways. I understand that people are cherishing their vintage audio gear now more than ever and I totally get why – you only have to look at a few of my articles to see that this gear is amazing, not like anything made now.

I guess the big surprise for me has been the incredible resurgence in the popularity of vinyl. This is wonderful because so many more people now are able to experience the richness, warmth and high-resolution of great vinyl playback. Bad vinyl and vinyl replay equipment still sounds awful, but there’s no getting away from that, unfortunately! This is where a lot of the cheap new gear is just best avoided.

So once again, a huge thank you to all my regular customers, and to everyone for helping to spread the word about Liquid Audio. My personalised take on caring for hifi gear in Perth, Western Australia seems to have hit the spot and my articles on restorations and servicing have certainly been incredibly popular with readers.

Thank you!

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Liquid Mike

I survived 20 years working in education and then created Liquid Audio. Liquid Audio is a Perth-based specialist electronics repairer, known for providing precise, professional service, repair and restoration of hi-fi electronics & turntables and keeping classic hi-fi gear alive and well. Our mission is to deliver industry best-practice, detail-focused TLC for classic Japanese, American and European hi-fi stereo equipment. In my spare time, I ride motorcycles, travel and listen to lots of music.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. tim davis

    Congratulations on the milestone! Your detailed photos are surely a major reason for the site’s popularity. Of course it doesn’t hurt that you’re also obviously a big fan of vintage gear as well as a very skilled technician. IMHO The popularity of the whole vintage audio ‘scene’ revolves around one sad fact. Accounting has been given way too much control in far too many companies over the years resulting in an accelerating rate of cheaper & cheaper goods.

    1. Mike

      Thank you for those very kind words Tim! Regards, Mike.

    1. Mike

      Thanks Chris, much appreciated!

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