This month’s event, hosted by David Snyder, will be in three parts. For those who have not yet added dedicated network audio transports to their systems or who would like to add more, David will demonstrate how to easily make one from ~$50 worth of parts. He will be explaining both Wi-Fi and wired options. If you have a little bit of a DIY spirit or want to start small, you will find this fascinating. In part two, David and Mitch Barnett will discuss the intersection of Streaming and DSP.…
Saturday, May 2, 1:00 – 4. Virtual meeting via Zoom. Dial in or log in to have a virtual chat with Michael and his special guest. We don’t know yet what topics Michael will cover, but we guarantee you that it will be entertaining and fun!
Please join us via Zoom to meet with Rick Schultz, the owner and CEO of High Fidelity Cables. Rick’s talks are always an educational and interesting discussion about how magnetic conduction can improve the signal transmitted through conductors, thus improving the resulting sound quality of the system in which they are installed.
This is a free meeting and we will send out the Zoom meeting information an hour or two before the start of the meeting.
We at The SFAS are very excited to be able to present Nelson Pass, live from his coastal home for a ZOOM event on Saturday, June 20th. from 1-3 pm, or thereabouts.
This event is free to SFAS members, but we will ask you to RSVP beforehand- and please make sure you have the latest version of the Zoom software loaded on your computer or electronic device before the event.
The link to the meeting will be sent out an hour or two before the start of the meeting.
World Famous Stereophile writer/equipment reviewer, whistler extraordinaire, opera critic, and writer for dozens of other print and online publications.
Probably most famous (in our circle) for his past role as head of the Bay Area Audiophile Society (BAAS). Please see Jason’s extensive experience:
Born in Manhattan, raised on Long Island, and schooled at Amherst, Jason Victor Serinus soon began to question everything. Around 1980, the same year his whistling as “The Voice of Woodstock” in the Emmy-nominated Peanuts cartoon, …
Please join us for an afternoon with Clayton Shaw of Spatial Audio. Clayton has been designing speakers for over 30 years primarily focusing on open baffle speakers. Clayton designs and builds his speakers in Salt Lake City, Utah and his current speaker line includes M5 Sapphire, M3 Sapphire, X5 and X3 (https://www.spatialaudio.us/). Herb Reichert thought the M3 Sapphires were part of a Best in Show Level sound system at the Capital Audio Show last November.
It’s been a few years since we’ve had the pleasure of visiting with Paul McGowan, so we’re looking forward to this upcoming event. Paul has been in the audio business for over 40 years starting with a ground-breaking phono stage in the ’70’s, moving on to cables, power regenerators, DACs, transports, power amps, preamps and a foray into speaker design. PS Audio is located in Boulder Colorado.
Please join us for an interesting afternoon with Mat Weisfeld, President of VPI. VPI has been making high value and highly rated turntables, tonearms and record cleaners in the US for over 40 years. From the VPI website:
Meet Mat Weisfeld, son of Harry and Sheila Weisfeld. Mat grew up at VPI, and while he originally didn’t plan on following this path, it became the love he didn’t realize he had (next to his wife Jane Weisfeld). Mat has taken the strong foundation and VPI tradition created by his mom and dad.