A light bulb moment took place this week when I suddenly starting feeling rather frustrated while vacuuming. Yes that boring but necessary task that needs to be done. I had purchased what I thought was the top of the line Bosch vacuum. And I must say, I was very happy for a long time, however recently it would drive me crazy. I starting getting annoyed as the machine would go into self-cleaning mode, making the whole task incredibly painful. All I wanted to do was finish this job and feel a sense of achievement. So what did I do about it? I simply whinged and complained the whole time, building up a frustration within myself and my family, as mum (me, of course) was very unhappy. I continued to waste time and energy on this task thinking I was going to get a different result. What was I thinking? I believe the saying goes:
So my next move after saying “I have had enough” was to look online as Dr google knows everything (as millennials have told me). Funnily, all I could see whilst reading was negative comments. I convinced myself that I had to go and buy a new machine and that I had bought a poorly designed product. I too wanted to express my frustration with the manufacture as had I paid good money for this machine and was disappointed to read these comments.
Selling electronic components like amplifiers, speakers, turntables and Hi Fi, stereo systems, we filter many calls on a daily basis from frustrated people who call in when their Hi Fi system does not work. The frustration is real and let’s face it, there is never a good time when things break down or suddenly stop working. No doubt you have a party organised and you suddenly think, What about the music? Sure enough, nothing works properly. Panic sets in. Great, more things to sort out. I can hear your mind thinking, stupid technology, it was fine the last time I used it. Who fixes anything anymore? Who do I call? Who can I trust? Where do I take this? A real sense of urgency is suddenly created.
Now solving the problem may not be as easy as cleaning your Hi Fi system, but many times it can simply come down to a changing the input selection, untangling cables, replacing batteries or the good old reboot. Being located so close to the beaches, corrosion from the salty air can be a common issue for customers in our area. The age of electronics and/or a lack of use can wear down your components, believe it or not. So using and enjoying your Hi Fi as much as possible kind of makes sense. Like everything in life, Hi Fi and electronics have a shelf life and at some point in time things just need to be changed. We call it "It's time to move on"
If you find yourself feeling frustrated like I was, rule No. 1, keep calm, there is a solution! Take steps and put responsibility into your own hands. Seek help from your local Hi Fi Specialists, accept advice, take action and start enjoying your Home Entertainment without the fuss. Moral of the story; call in the experts. Life is too short to feel frustrated. If ever you need support ring 8088 3088. Our team can provide guidance and have you sitting back, dancing, and smiling with your Home Entertainment.
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Why do we listen to vinyl still?
There is something magical about listening to a record that’s different to listening to a digital file. It seems to sound warm, open, detailed, dynamic, spacious, deep, 3 dimensional, smooth and inviting with the perception that you are in the same space