About Listening and Forgetting

Please click the External Link to enjoy the latest stop on Michael Lavorgna's Road Tour. Exit 11A leads Michael down the ramp to DeVore Fidelity, where we spend another lovely day at the hard-working Brooklyn Navy Yard and learn more about John DeVore's design philosophy.

I enjoyed reading this, feeling as though I was there again, feeling that Michael conveys some things in ways I couldn't. In fact, I was never really satisfied with how I described my time spent with John DeVore or his gibbon speakers. After all, writing about music is hard to do.

But I'll tell you this right now: If those bamboo beauties ever make it to life, I'm totally requesting a review sample.

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Monty's picture

That was a very interesting read. I have to ask; what's with the jar of eyeballs and human skull on the assembly table?

Erik Bobeda's picture

Man, what a wonderland! I could spend a few days there.

john devore's picture

Monty,Mmuuha-ha-ha-ha-ha!I mean, eyeballs? What eyeballs?

Stephen Mejias's picture

>I have to ask; what's with the jar of eyeballs and human skull on the assembly table?John DeVore is full of secrets. That's how he gets the speakers to sound so lifelike.

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