<img src="http://images.computeraudiophile.com/graphics/2010/1013/rmaf-updates-125.jpg" style="padding: 5pt 10pt 5pt 5pt;" align="left">Hey computer audiophiles it's RMAF time. Based on the pre-show chatter RMAF is going to a completely new level this year. Not only are there more manufacturers, dealers, and attendees, but the level of presentations (excluding mine) is top notch. I have two final and very cool pre-show updates and one reminder before heading to the show. Read more for the juicy details :~)
- The Musical Fidelity V-Link 24/96 Asynchronous USB to S/PDIF converter will be introduced to the world this weekend. Readers attending the show stop by room 1022 to hear it on a very nice Verity Audio / Musical Fidelity system. The V-Link MSRP will be between $149 and $169. Even better, it's coming home with me after the show :~)
- I have an interview setup with one of the best recording and mixing Engineers in the business. We're not talking about Scottish nose whistle recordings. This Engineer has won Grammy awards for work on Steely Dan's Aja and Gaucho. His album credits include artists such as Marvin Gaye, Barbara Streisand, Mark Knopfler, Ringo Star, Neil Diamond, America, Boz Scaggs, Huey Lewis and the News, The Pointer Sisters, Chicago, Janis Ian, Whitney Houston, Miles Davis, Dire Straits, Billy joel, Vanessa Carlton, and even the Pussy Cat Dolls. His resume is impeccable and he has a new project involving 24/192 popular music. I can't wait to post the text of the interview here on CA.
The Computer Audiophile Meet and Greet will take place Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 5 PM To 6 PM in the Evergreen Ballroom Salon A. Everyone from CA readers to CA skeptics is invited. I look forward to seeing every one at the show.
P.S. Everyone attending the show is encouraged to publish their own show report or a few thoughts about the show here on CA. It's fun reading all the opinions and making those who couldn't attend jealous :~)