Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias  |  Aug 16, 2006  |  1 comments
Associate publisher, Keith Pray leads a parade of Primedia staffers from the office, down the hall, through the revolving doors, onto Madison Avenue, and into Mulligan's Irish Pub. On his way, he sings out:
Stephen Mejias  |  Jul 18, 2008  |  10 comments
Some people might wonder what it is about me and the Rega P3. Why would I simply settle on the old Rega when there are so many other similarly priced turntables out there?
Stephen Mejias  |  Oct 12, 2012  |  First Published: Oct 13, 2012  |  0 comments
A great crowd of enthusiastic audiophiles and music lovers gathered at the registration booth for the 2012 Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jun 07, 2012  |  0 comments
This couple is happy because they're at T.H.E. Show Newport.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jul 14, 2009  |  4 comments
The success of any party depends on just a few things: the venue, the guests, the food and drink, and (of course) the music. Evenings at John DeVore's factory at the Brooklyn Navy Yard are invariably successful. More than that, they are fun. You love the place. You enjoy the company. The food is delicious and the drinks do the trick. And (of course) the music is intoxicating. You want to be there.
Stephen Mejias  |  Sep 02, 2009  |  0 comments
In Living Stereo's Steve Mishoe keeps a large, rambling stack of vinyl nearby at all times.
Stephen Mejias  |  Apr 07, 2010  |  9 comments
A gift from Uncle JA: The DB Systems DBP-10 protractor. This thing has been around since the dawn of time. When Jesus needed a protractor to properly align the Denon DL-103 moving-coil cartridge on his heavily modified Technics SL-1200 turntable, he called up David Hadaway at DB Systems. “Thou shall never sell this kick-ass protractor for more than $49, David,” said Jesus. David, of course, allowed Jesus to keep his sample on “a long-term loan.”
Stephen Mejias  |  Mar 14, 2007  |  9 comments
I'm still surprised whenever approached by some faithless audiophile — hair thinning, ears sagging, belly bulging — and asked (seriously): "Do you think there's any hope for our industry?"