Paul Elliott posted a recent interview with CAF & PAF founder Gary Gill about 2020 Hi-Fi Shows and the future. The new CAF dates are November 5-7, 2021. Paul has also launched a brand new web site full of audio reviews and Hi-Fi arcana.
I have just about three or four more rooms I wanted to highlight. One of the most highly acclaimed rooms at the show was the GT Audio Works room just off the Atrium. I have to agree. Greg Tekesh’s hybrid planars have always presented a slamming sound. Not just excitement, but a highly musical experience. Specially designed open baffle servo controlled subs easily keep up with the planars quickness. The open-baffle sub-woofers operate from 15Hz-65Hz and include a user adjustable electronic crossover built into the provided amplifier. The open baffle subs are… Read More
If you did not take part in this “best ever” CAF you missed a great show. Everything and I mean everything, except the Hotel’s cafe menu, was just grand. More rooms than ever. The show has grown to the point one can not spend quality time in every room in the short three days. It forces you to pick and choose equipment that you really want to experience. The other thing is for me, there were more rooms that sounded musical than ever before. Much less than the usual upfront, bright sound… Read More
Don’t miss a banner year for Capital Audiofest as CAF 2019 exhibitor participation reaches a new maximum. This year’s Capital Audiofest is on track to be the largest yet, with almost 250 brands already scheduled to show in over 80 rooms, and the event is just a little over a week away!
Besides volunteers for CAF 2019, we need volunteers to host the DCHFG room at this year’s CAF 2019. As usual our fearless leader, John Gatski, is stretched pretty thin helping vendors and needs help from DCHFG members. Please contact John about volunteering for a time slot at the DCHFG CAF 2019 room.