High end audio provides an unrivalled entertainment experience. However, it comes with a hefty price tags – you pay for quality. With this in mind you have to ensure you are getting value for your money. There are plenty of outlets out there offering high end audio products but how do you choose what to buy and from where? Here's a guide to picking a supplier and product when shopping in the high end audio market.

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Find a supplier you can trust
Technology website HiSpek caters for all electronic tastes from Bose speakers (http://www.hispek.com/Bose-bb-14.php) to Yamaha docking stations. The website also has a Price Watch promise and a dedicated sales team. Buying directly from the manufacturer also has advantages such as lifetime product support and good cover packages.

Do your research
You can find out about your prospective products through a variety of online resources. Consumer websites like Which? will provide in-depth advice about a lot of products whereas review sites like Trust Pilot will give you the opinions of people who have been through the experience of owning the products and perhaps shopping at websites/outlets you are looking at visiting.

Be Future-proof
One important aspect to look into when purchasing high end electronics is future trends. You do not want your new sound system to be old news a week after you have bought it. Keep your finger on the pulse by reading relevant magazines, blogs and news items. Also look at the customer aftercare packages provided by suppliers you are looking at.
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Consider Synergy
It is important to consider what you will be hooking your sound system up to. It could be a broad range of home gadgets from tablets and laptops to blu-ray players and record decks. Look into if, and how they will synergise. Linking up products made by different manufacturers can usually work but make sure it is possible before you buy.

What Will You Be Listening To
If you will use your speakers to only listen to music you may not need the all singing all dancing 7.1 surround sound system. But if movies are your main driver to setting up high end audio it is important to survey the space you will be installing them into in order to maximise your experience.

Home Test
You will want to test the sound quality of the system in-store if possible but the real truth can only be revealed through home testing. Check how the system sounds when sat in your favourite chair and when your favourite DVD or album is playing through it. While you have the product out of its box give it full inspection, including a knock with your knuckles to ensure if feels high quality. It should be solid