Volti does it again!

For anyone at the Florida Audio Expo I hope you took the time to check in on what Greg of Volti audio brought. A new model, right between the Razz and Rival. It’s called Lucera and it sounds sublime! Everything I love about my Razz but better in all ways. I am literally sitting in my hotel room trying to negotiate with my better half on how to order a pair. 
PS, everything I’ve read about visiting the “Three Amigos” at the show is correct. Volti, Border Patrol, and Triode labs make a heavenly combination. I can’t wait to go back and listen again tomorrow.

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I agree doyle - it really is more fun to drive a slower car fast.  

I don't drive that fast anymore.  Those days are over for me.  I get much more enjoyment out of driving speeds that won't get me in trouble with the law, or cause a crash.  It's a lot less stress when you just relax and keep the speeds in check.  

I'm very lucky though, because I've got great backroads right nearby to me that allow me to drive at lower speeds and still have a spirited driving challenge.  

200hp seems about right for a relatively lightweight roadster, especially with a manual transmission.  The Boxster has great handling and that makes the corners that much more fun.  My car may be a bit rough around the edges cosmetically, but I've got it set up perfectly.  Turn in is sharp, I can feel the car rotate as I throttle through corners and with throttle on through a corner, coming out is seamless.  Just love it.  Love the sound it makes too.  I removed the snorkle on the air inlet, which is on the drivers side to increase the sound from the engine with the top down. 

Heading into a corner, rev-matching and downshifting to third, throttle on and pull it hard through the corner, no drifting for me, but close, full throttle on the way out of the corner, not enough power, cmon, cmon, cmon winding all the up through third and shift into fourth and then let off and let it cruise back down.  Man, makes me want to go out right now and drive it. 


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By all means buy a Tesla for the performance. But don't fool yourself into thinking you are saving the planet, or any of that bull s&*t.

Greg has some pretty epic roads all around him, I got to experience them first hand, I'm a bit envious. Here in NE Ohio one has to drive a bit to get to them. They are great especially in the southern part of the state. 

For those considering a visit to Greg's shop for an audition, do it! You will not be disappointed for several reasons. 

1. The experience of an extended listening session with these speaker gems.

2. Excellent Mexican food literally across the street.

3. The roads are indeed epic.

4. The bed in the shop is super comfortable. (I slept like a baby)

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