We in New England generally and in Boston in particularly are not spoiled with ingesting insulations that use horn-loading. I do not thing we in Boston have any industry dealers that have electronics that might work with high sensitivity systems. There is an army of local deals but they are all in the realm of high-power amplification and 90dB sensitively.
Interesting in Boston is not really well developed filed. It looks like NY, Colorado, Illinois and California are more developed for high-sensitively, the New England is generally too weak from this perspective.
Well, we have fools here in Boston, like anywhere else; did I mention the Morons from Boston audio Society? And of course we have clowns. Here is the next one:
BTW, isn’t it interning that the hors sculptures of Angel Chavez made me to puke buy the very same horn of Dominique Vyborny made me horny:
Perhaps I am not a gay after all, contrary to the desire of some industry idiots me to be.
Anyhow, if anybody find anything high-sensitively -related in New England (within 1 hour driving from Boston) then feel free to post in this thread.Rgs, Romy the Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche