- 40 posts total
- 40 posts total
I'll bite. I'm in Wellington (WPB). I'm curious, Tomaras....eres Latino? I've always considered the LACK of activity amongst the Latino audiophile community a curiosity. Never a peep from them anywhere, especially regarding the music! For literally, decades! I can attest to the fact that there ARE latino audiophiles, in abundance! In Puerto Rico I visited very high end salons and in S. Florida it goes without saying that there's a few but....they gotta be the quietest group of latinos on the planet!;)
Ha! Well, I cannot help your theory, Tomaras is a Greek name! Though I am several generations American, so the Greek is pretty dilute. But glad to see you posted to my thread! Would you be interested in taking part in some sort of local group? Not necessarily the kind of group with weekly meet ups - who has time for that!? But perhaps a conversation here and there with an odd meet up perhaps.
Great! Chazro and Himiguel, can you share your email addresses? The reason I ask is, it may take a little time for people to chime in here, and once I see that we have real interest, it will be great to send a note to everyone. As far as I know, there is no way to send messages to users on this forum, so email will be a good way to reach everyone simultaneously. If you're like me, people go through periods of time where you may not use audiogon for a while.
I suggest using Meetup (an online Social Network focusing on aggregating folks with similar interests) to get a South Florida audio club going. Our local (Tampa Bay) Suncoast Audiophile Society quadrupled in size after we migrated to Meetup. There *is* a modest fee (monthly or semi-annual) for the group organizer (not members) but that can be easily recouped from the active membership.