A 'by appointment only' high-end audio dealership in Cleveland Ohio.

2888 Weybridge Road Shaker Heights OH 44120
PH: (216) 375-1393 • FAX: (216) 751-5001 • EMAIL:
Hours: 2:00 - 9:00 Tuesdays, 10:00 - 6:00 Saturdays. All other days by appointment only.

News & Updates

The Great Headphone Giveaway

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From November the 25th till December the 25th. Buy any new speaker with a value of over $2000.00 and we will include a pair of Focal Spirit Classic Headphones. These are valued at $450.00. Offer is good while supplies last!

 

This offer is only for new speakers and does not include used or demo products.

 

Music at Gigi’s

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On Nov. 29th and Dec. the 6th, MaryKay Robinson and I will be performing at Gigi’s on Fairmount.

The address is 3477 Fairmount Blvd. in Cleveland Heights from 7 to 9! Great Food and Spirits

Come on by for a little Holiday cheer!

Concert Sept. 17

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This Saturday I will be closed for regular hours!

I will be playing in the concert listed above. it is a free concert and I will be playing a piece that the Jazz guitarist Jim Hall wrote in the late 50’s. if you are curious come on by. Info is on the flyer above.

The Ayre QX-5 Digital Hub

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Ayre’s latest offering is the QX-5 Digital hub has arrived.  This is a world class! Dac, headphone amp and streamer in one package. It offers 10 inputs. I was expecting it to be good but from the first listen this product is a class leader in all of it’s functions. Come on by for a listen for yourself you won’t be disappointed.

 

The $5000.00 Concert ticket!!

Many of my customers know that I am also a musician. In July I had the opportunity to play with the Cleveland Orchestra over two weekends at their summer home,  the Blossom Music center. This is a beautiful amphitheater  just south of Cleveland.

On the second concert I  was sitting dead center and about 10 feet from the conductor, First and second violins were to my right and to my left was the bass, cello and viola sections. Behind were the woodwinds, brass and a plethora of percussion instruments. The best way to describe the sound was “spine tingling”. I commented to the Jazz bass player that I would have paid 5 grand to hear this concert from my sitting position.  The sound was if there were 1 omnidirectional microphone placed where I was sitting. Not stereo the way we perceive it at home. but mono,  the distance between the musicians created the ” soundstage”. The sound as you would expect from a “world class” orchestra was smooth natural and totally phase coherent.

It got me thinking about my customers. I strongly suggest that wherever you live, go out and hear a orchestra play. If you are not a fan of classical music then go hear one of the many “Pops” programs all orchestras offer. It will “clean your pallet ” and make you a better listener at home.