We service select audio equipment from 1960 to present. Over the past 11+ years we've developed specialized techniques to make your
equipment look and sound like new!
We specialize in the sale of quality audio components and systems based on customer needs and budget... always "at the Right Price!" Call or stop by for details.
We are proud to be a dealer for Ortofon; the worlds largest manufacturer of phono cartridges and accessories. We can install and align a new cartridge or stylus to make your turntable "sing".
Our shop uses the most modern equipment available, our fully equipped in house service lab "Mark Acoustics" can service your stereo components using the proper original equipment, quality service parts. We stand behind our service with a 90 Day "Performance Warranty".
Tech Hifi is honored to be featured in
Boston Voyager Magazine on 9.11.17
Read about us and the company history here
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Specializing in NEW Stereo and home theater, vintage service and restoration of turntables, speakers and audio components repair!
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As technology and the internet evolved. The local "Hifi" brick and mortar stores began to disappear. Audiophiles were left either to purchase equipment on the web or thru larger department stores.
In 2010, we saw the need for the re-emergence of a Hifi store based on the concepts of the original company. Tech Hifi LLC today is under the ownership of Mark
Kruger located at 1 Liberty Street Suite 2, Hanson, Mass.
The original Tech Hifi was started in the mid 60's by two students at MIT in Boston, Massachusetts.
"Tech Hifi was born amid a fever for stereo equipment among college students in the 1960s as recordings multiplied and the technology to play them improved. Its hallmark — knowledgeable salespeople who could satisfy the comparison-shopping stereo connoisseur — helped propel its growth until it became one of the nation’s largest purveyors of consumer electronics, with more than 80 stores, mostly in the Northeast, including more than a dozen in and around New York City. A recession and competition from discount retailers forced it out of business in the mid-1980s." -New York Times 11.26.08