The Vinyl Renaissance Pushes Onward

Venerable cultural observer, The New Yorker, has published another incisive article on the ongoing drama of the LP resurgence.  Many of us older vinyl stalwarts are amazed that after decades of […]

SFAS Gets Press!

Recently, SV Magazine, centered in the South Bay, ran a nice one-page article on SFAS written by their Automotive Editor, Brian Douglas, who turns out is an avid audiophile. It’s […]

A Day of Audio Magic

What a year it has been! Just this past weekend, we broke all attendance records with over 100 SFAS members converging on Magico’s new factory and headquarters in Hayward.  This […]

The SFAS Audiophile Educational Events

The SFAS Audiophile Education Events are designed to offer all of our members the opportunity to be involved in compelling conversations, presentations and demonstrations directly with our industry’s most innovative […]

SFAS Hits a New Record with Michael Fremer

Pun intended (more accurately, stolen from a conversation with Michael). 73 attendees at the Michael Fremer Turntable set-up seminar represented the largest gathering of any SFAS event to date. We […]

So, You Think Your Speakers Are Big?

David Hicks shared this link with me recently. It holds a montage of photos definitely qualified as audio-porn.  I took the liberty of rearranging the photos here, so I could focus […]

Vinyl Renaissance Continues

If you’re wondering if the resurgence of analog is a fad, consider that new pressing plants are popping up all over the world. One of many recent articles point to […]