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Sam Tellig Posted: Nov 19, 2014 20 comments
Hi-fi firms have begun in garages. The English Spendor company was started in a bathtub. Or was it a kitchen sink?

By days in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Spencer Hughes worked as part of the BBC's loudspeaker research team. Among other accomplishments, he helped develop the 5" midrange/woofer for the fabled LS3/5A loudspeaker.

Sam Tellig Posted: Oct 03, 2004 Published: Jun 01, 1990 0 comments
"Speakers are difficult," says Lars.
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Sam Tellig Posted: Aug 11, 2001 0 comments
Toljus.
Sam Tellig Brian Damkroger Posted: Sep 17, 2006 Published: Jan 17, 2006 0 comments
I've had the pleasure of using The Direct Line Stage Line Stage (originally called the Director) from Ron Sutherland for the past few months. This active line-stage preamp (it has no phono section) is available from Acoustic Sounds for $3000.
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Jonathan Scull Sam Tellig Barry Willis Posted: Feb 03, 1994 1 comments
Editor's note: When Jonathan Scull reviewed the Shun Mook devices back in 1994, he unleashed a hailstorm of controversy that continues to this day. Below is his original report along with some of the follow-up articles and fallout.
Sam Tellig Posted: Aug 27, 1995 Published: Aug 27, 1994 0 comments
"Pssst, Sam. I've got this great speaker for you."
Sam Tellig Various Posted: Sep 03, 2006 Published: Apr 03, 1992 0 comments
"Well, Sam, are there any speakers you are really excited about?"
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Sam Tellig Posted: May 28, 1995 Published: May 28, 1990 0 comments
Lars recently received a device that looks and works like a $25 digital alarm clock and is said to subtly improve the overall sound of one's system. It's the ElectroTec EP-C, from a company called Coherence Industries.
Sam Tellig Posted: Dec 04, 1996 0 comments
"Heard anything great?"

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