|Founder||J. Gordon Holt|
|First issue||September 1962|
|Based in||New York City|
History and profile
On March 1, 2019, John Atkinson announced that he was stepping down from his position of Editor of Stereophile, that he would continue his association with the magazine as Technical Editor, and that Jim Austin, formerly an editor at Science and a freelance contributor to Stereophile, would taking over as Editor. Atkinson had edited the magazine since 1983.
Until 2018, Stereophile was published in New York by The Enthusiast Network, a publisher of special interest magazines. The magazine was formerly based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. During this period it was published eight times a year. In March 2018, Stereophile was purchased, along with related magazines and websites, by AVTech Media Ltd.
In 1998, Stereophile was acquired by Petersen Publishing.
Features include their annual "Records to Die For" section, where each editor and writer reviews two outstanding albums of their choice, and the bi-annual "Recommended Components" issue in which audio equipment which has been reviewed in the recent past are classified as "A, B, C or D" level components, with "A" being the most highly recommended.
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- "AVTech Media Ltd (UK) Acquires Home Tech Network From Ten Publishing Media". Stereophile.com. 2018-03-22. Retrieved 2018-07-08.
- "Petersen Publishing Agrees to Acquire Stereophile, Inc". Stereophile.com. 1998-05-17. Retrieved 2019-11-11.
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