About Catawiki's hi-fi & radio auction
Used by listeners and enthusiasts to refer to reproduction sound of excellent quality, the term hi-fi refers to high-fidelity. High-fidelity equipment is designed to have low levels of sound distortion or interference, and is therefore popular with music fans. The term hi-fi has historically been used to refer to equipment which is designed to play music from formats such as an LP or Vinyl, CD or Cassette, however the advent of digital technologies such as MP3 has decreased the popularity of these formats. Developed earlier in history than hi-fi’s, Radios use radio waves to transmit information in the form of sound. Guglielmo Marconi was an early pioneer in the development of the modern Radio, patenting a wireless telegraphy system in 1896. Radio has transformed communication throughout the world, since it’s invention, with common uses including entertainment and more practically, military communication and use by the emergency services.
Catawiki’s hi-fi and Radio auctions feature a wide range of lots, including record-players, speakers and vintage radios. Whether you have a top-of-the-range home audio system or an early example of a radio to sell, Catawiki’s hi-fi and radio auctions are the ideal place to sell your special object. With thousands of lots each week, listed across hundreds of categories, listing your item with Catawiki will expose it to millions of potential bidders, including collectors and enthusiasts. Our expert auctioneers supervise our auctions, while our notary officials work to guarantee the validity of bids placed. Once the bidding has ended, our secure payment system offers peace-of-mind for buyers and sellers.
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