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Welcome the Not So New Guys...
and One "Missing Man"
Article by Steven R. Rochlin

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  This month we here at Enjoy the Music.com would like you to welcome three new writers onboard. They are not so new as to be considered newbies as their writings have been seen in other audiophile publications over the years. First up is Todd Warnke. A guy i personally have great respect for, have hung out with at shows and he has a great set of ears! Todd brings his very own unique aspect and down-to-earth opinions to our e-zine. As i have said before on the internet, beware of those reviewers whose writings appear to be handed down to us from high upon their thrown... as in reality their thrown is made of porcelain!

Jim Saxon is yet another writer who has left SoundStage! to join higher ground here at Enjoy the Music.com. Jim has his own little high-end store in South America where internet usage in places like Brazil is red hot! Of course Jim has been in the bizz and a music lovin' audiophool for so long that he remembers when tube gear (valve gear to our friends on the other side of the pond) was the only choice to quench one's musical pleasures. As many of you will remember the enjoyable Jimmy Awards seen elsewhere, very soon we will proudly have the next installment of the Jimmy Awards here in our very own pages! A hoot and a holler ya'll as these awards are like no others! Stay tuned!

The third reviewer to join us specializes in music and works for Japan's most respected name in electronics (Hitachi). While Chuck Moe has also appeared in web player SoundStage!, he too has decided to join in on the fun here at Enjoy the Music.com™. As you can see, we are ever expanding and plan on announcing more reviewers coming aboard within our pages next month... plus more magazines join us as well! There is something afoot here at Enjoy the Music.com.

 

Awards Missing In Action?

Quite a few of you have e-mailed us wondering where our awards were for the recent Las Vegas 2001 CES/T.H.E. Show. Put the blame on me as i was so very busy during the show taking photos and posting information each day within the Enjoy the Music.com pages. There simply was no time to truly audition any gear during the events. Besides, the wise reader will know that shows are one of the worst places to seriously listen to gear. Anyone who has truly attended many shows worldwide will be the first to understand this obvious fact. Sure some rooms do indeed sound good, yet even the best gear can sound lackluster due to show conditions. Simply imagine packing up your system and having it shipped about 1,000 miles away into a room you only have a few hours to setup and "tune" as best you can. Dare i tell you about the power problems many manufactures were experiencing during the recent Las Vegas show? In fact at the September 2000 UK show the power actually shut off a few time leaving many rooms without any power and attendees in the dark (literally)! Regardless, we do have more Las Vegas 2001 show reports for you in this month's magazine by our very own Senior Editor Dick Olsher, Captain Kool Karl Lozier plus one from none other than resident tube/horn specialist Bill Gaw.

Please feel free to visit the world's most extensive Las Vegas 2001 CES/T.H.E. Show specialty audio report by clicking here. We provided the largest pre-show report, we have the worlds only complete listing with links to information/websites of all the manufactures/distributors who attended the shows and, of course, the largest quantity of photos and information. We are truly proud to be the #1 resource for virtually live audiophile show reports with more than any other internet resource (32 online to date!).

 

"Missing Man"

John Wyckoff It deeply saddens me to report that one of our writers, John Wyckoff, has recently passed away. He had been struggling with a bad case of Hepatitis C for some time. Those of us who had the privilege to meet John at the recent CES know what a great guy John was. He shall be deeply missed by many of us. John was survived by his loving wife Colleen and, in a sense, all of us here at Enjoy the Music.com™. While i can not put into words the sadness felt upon hearing one of our "family" traveling into the afterlife. i can only hope they are enjoying a "better place" in the universe with Myles Davis, Billie Holiday and many other talent musicians. We wish Colleen all the best as she knows if we can help in any way, we are here for her today, tomorrow and always.

 

Thank You My Friends

As i have said before in previous articles, my deepest gratitude goes out to you, our loyal readers, for helping support our website with suggestions and constructive criticisms. We here are nothing but a small group of music lovers looking for a better way to reproduce music. We want to hear from you! The good, the bad... and the ugly. If we somehow missed something or you would like to see a product reviewed within our pages, please feel free to e-mail me by clicking on my name below. Of course in the end what really matters to us is that you...

Enjoy the music,

Steven R. Rochlin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
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