Articles

Silicon Valley Magazine Article on SFAS

May 20, 2019

Very nice article in Silcon Valley Magazine:

Link to article:  SFAS story

SFAS Partners with SFJazz Center

May 20, 2019

In what may be the first collaboration of its kind, the San Francisco Audiophile Society (SFAS) has partnered with a major urban arts presenter,

SFAS System Sundays, By Alón Sagee 

May 19, 2019

I love Sys-hops (audio system auditions at multiple members’ homes on the same day). They are fun, educational, inspiring, and build community by increasing interaction between members.

Interactive Frequency Chart by Independent Recording Network

Mar 24, 2019

Contributed by Jazzfan

Have you ever wondered about the frequency range covered by a musical instrument, or by male and female vocals? What about the specific ranges covered by a Piano,

Speaker Re-Coning 101 by Grant Stoner

Mar 24, 2019

Well, I may call it re-coning 901, because this is partly about the process of reconing speakers and the illustrious Bose 901’s.

Yes,

How to Optimize your Audio System

Mar 13, 2019

Do Not Miss This Event!

How to Optimize your Audio System

March 23rd 1-4pm.

Audio Systems Optimized/Stirling Trayle

Last year I found an online audio site called the Audio Beat.

Musical Instrument Museum – Phoenix, AZ, by Kevin Olson

Feb 26, 2019

This Presidents weekend, Karen and I took a trip to visit friends in Phoenix AZ. We sloshed in the snowy mountains, listened to live music in Scottsdale and visited a remarkable museum in Phoenix.

MID-YEAR 2018 RIAA MUSIC REVENUES REPORT

Feb 09, 2019

Here’s an interesting article about music trends and revenues.  It appears I’m in the minority as I spend more on physical media than streaming.

MUSIC CONTINUES ITS COMEBACK STORY,

Audiophile Origins, by David Hicks

Jan 29, 2019

A few months ago Jay Selwitz forwarded me a photo of a newsletter that he’d saved from the Northern California Audiophile Society.

CLASH OF THE TITANS: JRMC vs Roon

Jan 23, 2019

The following is a very interesting and comprehensive article from the Audiophile Style website (thanks David!):

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