Meet Audio Legend John Curl in Colorado Saturday October 6

Quality Audio Video (14697 E Easter Avenue, Suite A, Centennial, CO 80112) is presenting an evening with legendary audio engineer John Curl on Saturday night, October 6 at 7pm.

John Curl is one of the most-respected circuit designers of all time and, since 1989, the creative genius behind Parasound's high-end audio amplifiers and preamplifiers. Since the mid 1970s, Curl has left a trail of landmark hardware across the industry . . . the classic Mark Levinson JC-2, the SOTA head amplifier, and his own Vendetta preamplifier.

Topics of conversation may include: Curl's involvement with The Grateful Dead and the Montreux Jazz Festival; his theory that the dielectric materials in capacitors strongly influence the quality of music reproduction; his concerns about higher-order, odd-harmonic distortion; the challenges of engineering for value; his criteria for expensive parts; why Parasound's new Halo JC 5 works so well with his Wilson Audio Sashas; and more . . .

There will be a free shuttle service from Cross Transportation every 30 minutes from 5:30–9:30pm between the Marriott Denver Tech Center, where the RMAF is taking place, and Quality AV.

Good music, food and drink provided. Wristbands are required to attend. Please pick up your wristband at: Parasound exhibit—RMAF room 6032—or the Quality Audio Video kiosk—RMAF Lobby 18.

georgehifi's picture

Good to see, he's got one in the hand and keeping the supply distribution point at arms length in the background.

Cheers George

johnnythunder's picture

John Curl. Bascom KIng. These men are the "mad scientists" of the alchemy of music and sound. And RIP Siegfried Linkwitz too. Feel free to add to the list of these giants.

rschryer's picture

...Superman unveiling his suit.

dalethorn's picture

And where is that phone booth anyway?