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    This year's shows were extremely upbeat after many manufactures and distributors experienced a very tough 2002. After having discussions with many writers/reviewers, the feeling is definitely one of confident optimism. Sales on high-end audio components have been doing quite well within the past few months and we are all looking forward to enjoying a very prosperous 2003. Since quite a few years have passed since Sony's SACD and the DVD-Audio launches, most people feel that both formats will indeed survive, just as Dolby Digital and dts co-exist today. Of course the sales of DVD-Audio may equal that of Dolby Digital while SACD could be akin to dts. With more and more universal chipsets and players with them, once we see mainstream units priced at more mass market levels, the entire software side of things may flourish accordingly.

On a more personal level, 2002 has been extremely busy for us here at Enjoy the Music.com. For me, the ending of 2002 has been one filled with, how shall i put this delicately, emotional turmoil. It is great to know that there are many fellow writers within this industry who i can count upon for support. This is one of the many great things within this relatively small industry. We each have some form of personal relationship with others and can freely share our lives joys and less than happy moments. Share in our experience, strength and hope. 

Life is one big learning experience. We live, learn and grow accordingly. To say this show was a success would be a huge understatement. Enjoy the Music.com was akin to a Ferrari driving in 3rd gear doing 100mph during 2002. Our loyal readers can expect 2003 to be very much, and in many ways literally, like shifting gears into 4th and reaching well over 135mph. In 2003 you can expect more show reports, more music reviews, more equipment reviews... No worries as there are still gears remaining until we reach well over 150mph (again, in some ways literally). Forza Ferrari! As always, in the end what really matters is that you...


     Enjoy the Music,

    Steven R. Rochlin












































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