Would self quarantine be a challenge for an Audiophile? Home detention even a punishment?

With all the talk about people having to self quarantine, I started to think about what that would mean for an audiophile, and Would it even be much of a challenge?
Normal human being - “I had to self quarantine for 14 days and I’m ready to strangle somebody.”
Audiophile version - “I cleaned so many damn records I had been meaning to.... adjusted my VTA and azimuth and my system sounds better then ever, and after listening to the entire Miles Davis and Coltrane’s recorded output, I realized I could have left the house 2 days ago.”

And would some white collar criminal on home detention even be considered being punished? I’d be so content stuck at home with great audio system, home theater projection, laser light and planetarium show, pinball machine, infrared sauna, massage chair, I may decide to commit some “victimless” financial crime just to play with the toys I don’t always have time for.

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Those are the official numbers out of Italy. Was just watching a show where they said people are at home who have high fevers and coughing but they tell them not to come to the hospital unless they start to have trouble breathing then call for an ambulance but some are dying at home these people are not in the official results.
People here are being told to stay home and not come into the hospital.  This is from a Facebook friend:

"I’m in Seattle. I have been sick for 13 days, I’ve had a fever for 11. I have all the symptoms and I will not be tested. My doctor said the only way I would be tested is if I wind up in the ICU on a ventilator."