RIP - Tim Mrock

It is with much sadness that I bring the news that Tim Mrock, the developer of Perfect Path Technologies, passed away at approximately 1 am on Monday morning 10/28/2019.

Tim succumbed to a fast-moving cancer. He leaves his capable partner Krissy to run the business and to continue producing the Perfect Path Technologies products.

Over the past few years, Tim and I have become good friends, often carrying on long telephone conversations discussing audio, new ideas to improve the hobby, and things of a spiritual nature.

Tim was a true genius, an inventor, a businessman, an entrepreneur, a deep thinker, an extremely hard worker, a generous person, and a man who truly loved his partner, Krissy.

With the conversations I had over time with Tim regarding his spiritual pathway, we can take solace in the knowledge that he is in a much better place. He was a man who loved his Lord with a passion. The names he gave to his company and to his products pretty much says it all.

I'm going to miss you, buddy.

Rest in peace, my friend.


Sorry to hear. Appreciate the passion and dedication for the love of music.
@mrs_ppt  - so sorry to hear as well.  I ordered my first PPT order to try some things on October 25 and was shocked to hear the news.

I just got the news about Tim’s passing. Like others have said before, I too am saddened. My condolences go out to you and his loved ones. I spoke to Tim four times. Each time he was very passionate about his products but most of all, he was always gracious and eager to answer any questions I had. He never once complained about his physical condition. He will be missed by many. His legacy will live on in all our systems large and small.
When able, I will continue purchasing these outstanding products. 
Rest In Peace Tim,


My condolences to Krissy and Tim's family.  He was such a nice man when we spoke.  His ingenuity was above 95% of all audio engineers.  His products live on in my system as in many others.  Hopefully, more audiophiles/music lovers will get to know his products.  To leave a legacy is the best method to being remembered.  He has made an indelible impression on his friends and customers. 
RIP, Tim
My eyes no longer see him, my hands no longer hold him....but he'll be in our hearts forever. <3   Many thanks to you for all for your support. <3 Love, Krissy Mrock