A Zu Party
The turntable was a modified Technics SL-1200 with a Rega tonearm and Zu DL-103 phono cartridge running through a Bob's Devices step-up transformer. The record was Edward Ka-Spel’s O Darkness! O Darkness!. A mighty Kronzilla amplifier was driving Zu’s new Definition Mk.IV loudspeakers ($12,500/pair).
Soon Casey mixed in the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. This room was less about typical hi-fi, more about sharing great music and having a good time. I half expected Natalie and Nicole to walk in and start a dance party. Casey would have welcomed it, I'm sure.