Rooted in New England's deep audio history
I admit, I’m a speaker freak, and I like building stuff. Put these two things together and you have a recipe for what has amounted to a decades-long journey of listening, building, repairing, and learning. Yes, I’m old enough to remember those classic hifi shops where big, glorious, wooden speakers lined the walls of local retail establishments that were bursting at the seams with amps, turntables, wires, and other related gadgets. Those days are gone, but the legacy remains and the companies who developed exceptional products have stuck around and continue to bring us music in new and inventive ways.
Circa 1994 — Those who know me, know this photo. I've had a “thing" for speakers for a long time.