Event Write-ups

Amplifier Group to Meet in San Francisco

Feb 02, 2010

Where:  Randall Museum (http://www.randallmuseum.org/)
When:  Saturday, 6 February, 1:00PM to 5:00PM
What:  A V-TUG meeting
Why:  To listen to and compare a new solid state amp by Alex to several new vacuum tube amps by Ori.  

Spiral Groove Turntable Impresses Digital Audiophile(s)

Dec 06, 2009

BAAS membership reflects the current trends of audiophiles worldwide. As such, the majority (including myself) listen to digital these days. So it was interesting to see how our first “analog event”

THE Event for DIY Audio

Oct 05, 2009

See how the DIY crowd lives, meet accomplished designers (e.g., Nelson Pass, John Curl, S. Linkwitz) have fun!

Web site.

Bob

Fall Event for Vinyl Lovers

Oct 05, 2009

THE RECORD MAN, 1322 El Camino Real, Redwood City, Ca 94063

Web site.

PS Audio CEO comes to the Bay Area Bringing Digital

Sep 28, 2009

Most audiophiles are familiar with the PS Audio brand, especially given the company’s pioneering efforts in cables and power treatment.

But last Saturday Paul McGowan,

Great Classical This Weekend!

Sep 08, 2009

Looking for something cool to do this Sunday (9/13/09)?

Click here for tickets to what promises to be a great event.

On Lyle Lovett and Matt Rollings…

Jul 29, 2009

I didn’t even imagine I’m a Lyle Lovett fan until I visited another audiophile friend and he played a few tracks from “Joshua Judges Ruth”.

Late Entry: Steve Hoffman Wows the Bay Area

May 29, 2009

Sorry for the delay in posting…I’ve been very busy at work and at home (building my first pair of speakers).To say that the event was a success perhaps undermines it.

Steve Hoffman on May 16th!

Apr 28, 2009

On Saturday, May 16th, we will have a very special guest speaker:  Steve Hoffman.

Steve is one of the best mastering engineers in the business,

Empirical Audio Event – Digital Audio at its Finest

Apr 19, 2009

Yesterday, about 30 BAAS members were treated to a fine demonstration of state-of-the-art digital audio.

On center stage were the pioneering products of Steve Nugent’s Empirical Audio.