Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias Posted: Apr 23, 2010 0 comments
Every job requires a specific tool and replacing the Vivid G1Giya’s midrange unit would take a 6mm hex key, which we didn’t have. On our way to Wes’ place, therefore, John Atkinson and I made a quick stop at the local hardware store and purchased a hex key set. Then, we were ready to get to work.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Apr 13, 2007 2 comments
I can do this. It'll be alright. I can use these same words all over again and still love myself. I can use yesterday's forum post as today's blog entry, and people won't hate me. By doing this, by re-posting, I may even reach a few readers who haven't already seen it in the forum. And, hey, I'll even edit it a little bit, so that it's not exactly the same. Here it is:
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Apr 04, 2009 5 comments
the rain
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Apr 28, 2009 3 comments
I hope all you dudes are enjoying the same sort of sweaty sweet record-breaking weather we're experiencing here in NYC this week (until tomorrow when it gets cold again).
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 06, 2008 34 comments
Remember all that talk about me just loving the Rega P3 for its plain-Jane, ashen splendor?
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Dec 10, 2007 3 comments
Associate publisher Keith Pray took a small spoonful and gasped: "Oh my god, that's hot!"
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Apr 23, 2010 0 comments
We very carefully unpacked the replacement drive-unit (seen here) and connected it to the tapered tube transmission line. Without damaging the new dome. Yikes!
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Nov 16, 2010 17 comments
The Peachtree Audio MusicBox

In “Old-School Hi-Fi in Search of the New New Thing,” Hal Espen visits the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest and ponders the inherent dilemma of hi-fi.

How can a decidedly old-fashioned hobby move forward in an increasingly newfangled world?

Outside the listening rooms, the story of this year's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest traced the mood-swings and anxieties that buoy and beset the retro-futuristic world of high-end audio.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Feb 13, 2009 5 comments
I have loved Drag City for many, many reasons including: Royal Trux, Silver Jews, Red Krayola, Fucking Champs, Joanna Newsom, Bill Callahan, Jim O'Rourke, and more.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Nov 14, 2008 3 comments
It is November 14th, and it's hot as heck outside. I wonder how many polar bears just died. That's not funny. The arctic is vanishing, the oceans are rising, we have brown clouds in the sky. Awesome. We are doomed. Screw it. Let's buy some vinyl!
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Mar 19, 2010 10 comments
And here's how the room looks today. As I said, it looks, feels, and sounds like home.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jul 29, 2009 1 comments
We're always asking the big questions: Are we really alive? Will we ever find true happiness? How can we be better human beings? What's love, but a secondhand emotion? Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken? How can the high end audio industry reach a wider audience?
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Mar 09, 2011 1 comments
Today is Ornette Coleman's 81st birthday, and we can celebrate with smiles, thanks, and The Shape of Jazz to Come.

Tune in to Columbia University's WKCR for a full day of Coleman's work as the station celebrates "innovation, relentless individualism, and commitment to artistic freedom." Right on. You might also enjoy Matthew Ditullo's excellent "This Shape of Jazz" blog, where Ditullo thinks about jazz, blues, and beer.


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