I’m not too worried about how late this show report is because Capital Audiofest feels just like yesterday’s breakfast. Along with the feeling that collective demonstrations from VPI Industries, Luminous Audio, and Pure Audio Project are in my mind giving us a brief look into the future. So despite this article seeming a bit of procrasturbation material, I remain firm with the feeling of being an early messenger to what aims these brands will achieve within new markets.… Read the full article
Ze’ev Schlik is the founder of the Pure Audio Project and he is really on to something. Ze’ev is countering the often negative or fruitless experiences that many audiophiles looking to enter the DIY segment of the hobby encounter. As we all know, the internet is filled with: DIY forums, project videos, and theoretical discussions. Half of them spurious at best in terms of delivering the affordable sonic wonderland they promise. However, the demand for customizable, build-it-yourself audio projects remain.
What the Pure Audio Project has done to change the DIY landscape is two-fold: 1) offer reliable speaker components and designs associated with some of the best manufacturing available, and 2) offer a truly DIY experience to customers without the risks often associated with garage designed plans.
Photojournal by Eric Franklin Shook
Don’t fret, more in-depth coverage is coming soon from your slightly unorganized, inept, and dysfunctional writing crew at Part-Time Audiophile (I’m only including myself in this crew). In the meantime, here is a taste of what I found to be my favorite exhibits and MVP from the show. Hold over on these appetizers as we prepare to knock a few journalistic socks off in the coming days.
My favorite synergy of the show goes to these two.… Read the full article