Look at the brighter side of your situation,you do have great Tango dancing!
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Wow, that's terrible...but at least you must have reasonably priced fruit. I know you export a lot of it to the U.S.
Are you saying that if you, let's say, took a trip to the U.S. and bought some used audio equipment that you wanted and had it sent back to Argentina, you would then have to pay a 50% tax to get it into the country? If so, it still might be worth it because you wouldn't have to pay the dealer mark-up.
It is good to be an American, in many ways...
tejanolibre, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly some will launch into 'get rich quick' schemes without the slightest knowledge of what might befall one if caught doing something that skirts the rule and regulation of an entirely different country with all that consists of...
But I'm probably just a 'nattering nabob of negativity'...cultural/political pun intended....;)
90s is old news? Oh my!
Almost all of my equipment is from the 50s to the 80s, and I'm happier than a pig in ... a pigpen.
I dont relate to all of this newest/expensive going-around-in-circles stuff, especially in an audio market that has become absurdly distorted by what the 0.001% are willing to pay. As I am too fond of saying: David Hafler, where are you in this time of need?
I carefully shopped for what worked and searched for the best deal possible and then I stick with it until it breaks, then I have someone fix it. If there are appropriate upgrades to parts, I have that done at that time.
I love Argentina btw. I was there in 89. Came by bus from the Atacama desert in Chile (the trip started in Santiago) over the Andes into Salta, took the train down to Buenis Aires.