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.
Part-Time Audiophile is reporting about the exciting news of a brand new audiophile show for 2021. Of interest to The DC Hi-Fi Group is that our own Gary Gill is involved in the creation of the Pacific Audio Fest 2021. It would seem, Gary has an affinity for all things Washington since the new show will be held near Seattle, Washington. Of course, Gary is behind the creation of the very successful Capital Audio Fest (Washington, DC metro) that is still on the books for late October 2020. We wish Gary and… Read More
On Saturday May 9th just after 11am John and Chris launched the clubs first video meeting We had an active group of around thirty on line watching and chatting along with both Chris and John getting us up to date with what’s happening. We had a few vendors joining in Denis Clark from Leesburg, Jose from DrVinyl, and Jerry Snead letting us know what new lines they are now carrying. John reported on what Russ now has to offer too. Chris filled us in on all the new stuff he is looking… Read More
It was a big Leap. I think half, or it just seemed like it, of the club’s membership squeezed into Russ Katz’s townhouse—home of The Vinyl Revivers. Russ has been a corporate member of the DC Hi-Fi Group from the beginning and is a big supporter of the club. Hosting a club meeting takes a lot of work and Russ has done many. Be sure to thank Russ and Roslyn at the next gathering. It was a beautiful day, a little chilly, but anything above freezing in February around here is a… Read More
With the threat of bad weather, we still had a good group of members making the trek to Alexandria for another very pleasant get together at Greg Viggianno’s condo party room. This was a combo meeting with DC Hi-Fi Group and the Carver enthusiast club. They are a worldwide owners of Carver vintage products. They have a forum called “The Carver Site”. The meeting followed with the usual format of “meet and greet” with pizza and various liquid refreshments. After way too much pizza, we had a short business meeting and quickly… Read More