Thanks for the Ron at Liquid referral. Ya with the COVID thing I'm not sure how excited I am at getting together. Just moved to the area and thought I'd at least make an attempt to establish a few contacts. Thanks again guys.
I’m out here in Indian Trail.. We used to have CAS, Carolina Audio Society. That was a good sized group back 15 years ago.. it kind of disbanded but many stay in touch.. I enjoy talking and having others over for a listen.. Even during these crazy times.. just a matter of being careful , but can still enjoy life... I think CAS still is around, but it’s not hosted by the same..
Greetings, Carolina Audio Society CAS, is still in existence but dormant due to Covid. It's run by Paul Wilson, pwilson at carolinaaudiosociety.com
Hopefully we can start getting together soon for some music and audio chat. I hosted one event so far and will be happy to do so again. I am in south/west Charlotte on Lake Wylie. Until more widespread vaccination we are limited for now. I am open to one or maybe two people over at one time.
Paul, who organizes Carolina Audio Society, got back to me with the latest news about CAS. CAS is still active and hopes to resume scheduled listening sessions as soon as March, as long as Covid keeps trending downward. He will be sending an email to members at some point.
I haven’t been able to find many audio enthusiasts in the Charlotte area. We moved here from the northeast about ten years ago. There are many audio enthusiasts there.
I have a dedicated audio room and enjoy sharing a few tunes with audio enthusiasts. 2020, let me know if you want to stop by for a tune or two.
Full disclosure: I design and build speakers. I don’t push my products on people who stop by for a listen.
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