What It Costs

You have probably already invested tens of thousands of dollars in your home audio system - and the chances are that you are not even close to realizing the return on that investment. What makes matters worse is the fact that your returns are time limited. Every day that your system goes on underperforming is a musical opportunity that you can never recover.


How much should you budget?  My rate is $2,000 a day plus travel expenses. Most systems require a two-day visit, especially if they include a turntable, but this is something that will become apparent as we discuss your particular situation. Either way, the total cost will be minimal compared to the improvement in musical performance and the sums already invested.


But don’t take my word for it – just look at the various client and trade endorsements, testimonials and reviews and the Clients, Kudos, and Press section.


How much longer can you really afford to wait before enjoying the musical performance you’ve already paid for?


A cost proviso:

Please understand, I want to get in and get out of your home as quickly as possible. I appreciate that time is money. That said, there is the possibility I will discover an existing problem(s) of which you were previously unaware. If some aspect of the system is not functioning as designed, it might require repair or replacement in order for me to complete my work. In those instances, I may or may not be able to fix the problem during my visit and it could extend the time and cost beyond what was previously discussed.  To avoid such an issue, I try to ascertain if this is the case well before my visit to your home during our pre-visit discussions.

"Shouldn't the investment you've made into your audio system be less about the components and more about you?"