Illusion of touch

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Illusion of touch

I love turning the lights down low in Music Room 2. All of them. Sitting in the dark. Only the glow of the equipment casts its light into the room.

The music comes out of the blackness and it's so real I can almost touch it. Palpable. So intense that it feels like others are in the room.

Isn't this what we're all hoping for? That feeling of being there, of having something special in our homes—the sense we have moved from a 2-dimensional facsimile to a three dimensional wonderland unfolding in our listening room.

I don't know of anything else in my life that can contribute such a reality shift. Not my home theater, certainly. Perhaps a great novel transporting me somewhere else. But novels take work.

We're building the means by which our HiFi Family can share in the magic of music at the press of a button.

Now that's something real and rare.

Treasure it.

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Paul McGowan

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