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A Smalls Paradise

Traditional stereo systems sound better than wireless all-in-one speakers like Sonos, but they’ve largely fallen out of favor—no surprise when you can get a good wireless speaker for less than $200. Audio enthusiasts craving higher fidelity are embracing an even more affordable option, though: recently developed amplifier technology that makes it easy to put together a nice stereo system for around $100.

The technology is called Class D amplification, sometimes referred to as “digital” amplification. It

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