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Like Bose? 14

Posted 6 years ago

I always get asked if what I do for a living is "like Bose?" but recently am reminded just how far away what we do is to what the average person thinks is high-end.
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Discovery 0

Posted 6 years ago

Many great discoveries in all fields happened by chance. It's important to develop and trust in your powers of observations.
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Directionality 1

Posted 6 years ago

Cable and fuse directionality is a controversial subject and one that has two components: one to pay attention to the other you should ignore.
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The second 90% 0

Posted 6 years ago

Products are conceived in moments and then labored on for months or years - causing many folks to scratch their heads and wonder why it takes so long to design something.
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About them horns 12

Posted 6 years ago

Horns and I don't get along but they do have some fascinating qualities many folks will love.
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Vitamins? 0

Posted 6 years ago

Vitamins for the ears? You bet but here's something else to think about.
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The big question 11

Posted 6 years ago

What's the most important element in your system? Amps? Sources? Cables? Power? You might be surprised what I will tell you.
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Blame the new guy 5

Posted 6 years ago

We always tend to blame the new piece of equipment for anything that goers wrong. That's a natural reaction, but not always accurate.
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Once and forever! 0

Posted 6 years ago

Some knucklehead on the news was threatening to teach some group or another a lesson they’ll learn “once and forever”. A lofty goal indeed and one I think wrong headed under any circumstances. When we set out to make sure we never do something again, ever, we put up a fence around our curiosity and […]
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Social media 4

Posted 6 years ago

Social media has the ability to change the high end for the better. Are you helping out?
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Not so golden ears 3

Posted 6 years ago

Golden ears doesn't have much to do with your hearing ability - rather the connection to your brain.
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Selling Corvettes 1

Posted 6 years ago

In yesterday’s post I pointed you to Brad’s article about having passion for high-end audio and how many high-end dealers seem to be missing the passion. He used selling Corvettes as an example. I got a lot of feedback on that one – from customers and dealers reminding me of the other side of the […]
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Passion 2

Posted 6 years ago

Passion is why many of us are involved in the high end, but if your dealer has lost his passion, how can he pass it on to you?
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Golden ears 3

Posted 6 years ago

Most people believe they can't hear the differences between a low end system and a high end system - and of course that's wrong.
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KISS 2

Posted 6 years ago

The acronym KISS stands for keep it simple stupid. I have a new motto in mind.
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The second half 3

Posted 6 years ago

It's pretty straightforward to schedule out the first phases of a project and get the basic structure working, but the second half remains a mystery, yet has perhaps more importance than the first half.
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Polishing or cutting? 0

Posted 6 years ago

It's easy to fall into the trap of polishing before cutting but if you want your system to be a gem, get the basics right first.
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Teaching art 4

Posted 6 years ago

Designing something can be accomplished by a lot of people but connecting with people's emotions is something unique
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Endless loop 0

Posted 6 years ago

Audio used to be hardware centric, not it's mostly software based. This powerful shift in the industry will bring wonderful changes.
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Isolation 0

Posted 6 years ago

Isolation is a key component in the quest for better sound.
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The Enthusiast 2

Posted 6 years ago

The term Audiophile has long been associated with a love of great sound but I think it perhaps has a different meaning.
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