New York Noise 2002 Audio Design Exhibition Show Report
John Hasquin from Indiana and Sherwin Cheng entered their 75 bass horns uses an EV 12" pro driver mounted in a 1" thick Canadian wood folded horn enclosure. The 300Hz horn is 17" deep and uses a TAD 2001 compression driver. The sensitivity is 105dB/W/m.
Jeremy Epstein first showed a line stage a speaker level autotransformer. He uses this as an extremely low power output preamplifier. His other unit is an amplifier that had more dust that you could imagine. In fact an audience member asked if the dust, NOS or current production, sounds best :-)
Scott Sholo had his Eico HF-20 chassis'ed amplifier. He was a very late entry, yet made it to the show just in time.
And The Winners Are....
Most Byzantine category was won by Dave Slegal unanimously
Most Fabulous category was won by John and Sherwin unanimously
Cheapest and Ugliest (one category) was won by Bob Danielak and his driftwood amplifier
Most Absurd category was won by Herbert Jeschke
Most self-Righteous category was won by John Messa
Most Cool category was added by the judges, agreed by the audience, and it was won by Blackie Pagano
Most Alluring category was won by Blackie Pagano
Least Offensive category was won by Jack Roberts
Most Philosophical category was won by Jeremy Epstein
Most Aggressive category was won by Jim Dowdy by unanimous vote
Most Rebellious category was won by Bob Danielak
Most In The Spirit Of Home Builder was added by the judges. The Quintessential DIY Moron. You know, how far did they go to build their unit. Dave Slegal and Blackie Pagano won by voting of the audience.
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