The following is a press release issued by The Voice That Is.
March 11, 2019 | Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware -- Saturday – Sunday, June 22nd and 23rd: Doug White, of The Voice That Is, in cooperation with the Philadelphia Area Audio Group and the New Jersey Audio Society, will host a two-day event featuring music and technical discussions on digital and analog.
The topics of discussion will be from the following industry professionals:
- John Marks of The Tannhäuser Gate blogsite and Esperanto Audio (formerly of Stereophile): "(Almost) Everything Makes a Difference, But the Musical Artistry Matters the Most."
- George Counnas of Zesto Audio: Will answer questions about his tube designs and speak on amplification, phono-stages and cartridge loading.
- Brian Zolner of Bricasti Design will present and discuss their new range of DACs that feature a unique to the industry true 1-bit Native DSD conversion technique. He will also present the new M25 dual mono power amplifier.
There will be two sessions each day and attendees will be able to participate in direct one on one conversations with the presenters. Featured equipment will be from Bricasti Design, Zesto Audio, TIDAL Audio, Vertere Acoustics and Dynamic Design.
The event is open to all interested in learning more about the topics, products and the people behind them. Admission is free however seating is limited. Registration is required via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting, 2055 Chemical Rd, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462.
Saturday, June 22nd from 11am – 5pm
Session Times: John Marks 11:00-12:00; Bricasti Design 12:30-2:30; Zesto Audio 3:00-5:00
Sunday, June 23rd from 11am – 4 pm
Session Times: John Marks 11:00-12:00; Zesto Audio 12:30-2:00; Bricasti Design 2:30-4:00
Those interested in overnight accommodations can book their reservations by calling Hilton Reservations toll-free number at 1-800-HILTONS. Please mention The Voice That Is at Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting or the unique code TVT to receive the group rate.