So, You Think Your Speakers Are Big?

Aug 06, 2015

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,

Vinyl Renaissance Continues

Jun 03, 2015

If you’re wondering if the resurgence of analog is a fad, consider that new pressing plants are popping up all over the world.

Super Tweeters You Can’t Buy

May 15, 2015

As a wild, flailing thrust into the 21st Century, your SFAS Leadership Team has embraced social media. Hoping to live up to the lofty moniker “Super Tweeters,”

SFAS Concert Series #2: Attendee Comments on The Carolina Chocolate Drops

Apr 03, 2015

This, our second concert with SFjazz, will be a lot of musical fun for our members!  Join us on Friday, May 15, 2015 for an evening concert with the Grammy-Award Winning band,

The Return of The Album

Mar 30, 2015

Our upcoming analogue event on April 18th is well-timed to reflect the changing habits of music-lovers away from listening to single after single on a shuffle setting on a smart device,

Results of 2014 Member Survey

Feb 26, 2015


By Dan Rubin


  • Invitation and link to survey mailed to all membership on October 30,

SFAS & SFJazz in Stereophile!

Feb 09, 2015

This is so exciting. Only minutes ago, Jason Victor Serinus’s article on the SFAS/SFJazz collaboration was posted on!

Click on the image of our logos to read the article online (Jason mentioned that if this piece is chosen to be included in the print version of Stereophile,

This Might Make You Shed a Tear or Two…

Feb 05, 2015

Music has its way with me… I can’t help it. Even an online video of a stellar performance heard through computer speakers can get me glassy-eyed.

Is This The Future of Vacuum Tubes?

Jan 31, 2015

This is very exciting: A few days ago, at the 2015 National Association of Music Merchants show in Southern California (NAMM) , 

Alón’s Video Vault: MBL

Dec 05, 2014

This MBL promotional Video is just great. A very classy and entertaining way of delivering the message that with very high resolution audio systems, you’ll hear details you simply cannot hear amidst the strident aural grunge of lesser systems.