RMAF is the mother of all of the regional audio shows. While CES is (supposedly) for dealers and media, RMAF is all about is, the consumer. Which makes it more than a little awesome. And given how popular it (and audio shows generally) has become, it's also a little bit huge.
I remember last year, my first show. It was an exhausting 2 and a half days. I remember getting prepped. I had a new iPad -- I was going to take notes on every room. I had my camera -- I was going to take doz
Rational Audio....a subjectivist journey.
I began audio as a rational consumer or so I thought. I didn't want to spend money that didn't provide additional performance. Mainly because I didn't have much to spend. I wondered for instance why those Magnepan speakers cost so much when they didn't go down below 50 hz and only went up to 15 khz. So many speakers went lower and higher with less power for less money. With my first real job came a chance to buy a good stereo. I purchased a receiver
Greetings all, my name is Gary, and I like to listen to good music. Good meaning in the sense of a quality recording, not necessarily a specific genre or specific performer. I like listen to a variety of music, from classic rock, acoustic blues, jazz to classical, and have been know to cue up Marilyn Manson on my walk home from work (yes, I did that the other day after buying my B&W C5 headphones).
As a father with a 7 year old daughter, and a 4 year old son with special needs, I do not