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John Revilla, CA

 


Tim McTeague, MD (black painted kit from Wood Artistry)

 


Marc Bernard, CO (with THOR subwoofers in corner)

 


Scott Julian, WI

 


Glenn Strauss, VA (custom cabinets in Pearwood by Wood Artistry)

 


Larry Vito, +1 707-484-9486, CA (cabinet by Wood Artistry)

 


Gustavo Alonso Gonzalez, Canary Islands

 


Howard Booster, CA

 


Pasi Puskala, Finland

 


Stefan Spaeth, Germany

 


Pascal Taranto, France

 


Steve Aasen, MN (Bubinga veneer)

 


Don Barringer, VA

 


Russ Button, CA (cabinet by Jason Daniels)

 


Built for customer by Wood Artistry, CA 
(Red sides, book matched Hard Maple for the dress panel, charcoal grill)

 


Michael Patterson , CO

 


Monte Kay, TX

 


Malcolm Campbell, TX

 


Built for customer by Wood Artistry, CA 
(Satin black, charcoal grill)

 


Steve Rosenberg, Western Australia

 


Edward Soler, CA (speakers are moved out of the corner for listening)

 


Alex Meinema, Spain

 


Stanley Chew, CA

 


Ernest Naples, NY ("Stickley style, yet sound is incredible")

 


Don Naples, CA (mahogany)

 


Susan Ackermann's speakers by Monte Kay, AZ

 


Mark Lane, Australia

 


Marc Bernard, CO

 


David Kroll, TX

 


Mike Singleton, Canada (with 2 of 4 THOR for HT)

 


Steven Winegar, NC (AA Beethoven in back)

 


Chad Kirby, WA, "vino" (ORION inspired)

 


Chris Swinney, FL 
(Simplified side panel with probably minor acoustic degradation)

 


Frank LaFond, NM

 


Dan Schneider, CA

 


Mike Chapin, WA

 


David Reite, WA

 


David Strickland, CA

 


Samuel Laufer's cabinet by Carleton Woodworking, NY

 


Keith Urquhart, New Zealand

 


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What you hear is not the air pressure variation in itself 
but what has drawn your attention
in the streams of superimposed air pressure variations 
at your eardrums

An acoustic event has dimensions of Time, Tone, Loudness and Space
Have they been recorded and rendered sensibly?

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