Which Way Did He Go, George?

The end of my Mystic lease, the growth of Old Forge Marketing and a rethink of my approach to audio retail have combined to prompt a move to smaller quarters, starting April 1st, in the Velvet Mill in Stonington. The new address is 22 Bayview Ave, #4D, Stonington, CT 06???

There will be one listening area, (15’ x 18’ x ‘really tall!’), where many (but not all) old favorites and a couple new brands may be auditioned and purchased. The new retail emphasis will be on fairly simple systems and smaller loudspeakers. More details and pictures will follow once I’ve moved in.

One system and a number of the larger speakers will remain in Mystic as the leases overlap. Some splendid demo items will be available at significant savings. Stay tuned for details!

Published by David Cope

After 15 years doing audio shows and marketing for Audio Note, UK, I took a year off, intending to establish a recording studio dedicated to making natural, minimally processed recordings of acoustic instruments playing jazz, folk, blues, bluegrass and classical music. Somewhere along the way I borrowed a pair of Auditorium 755 speakers and a Shindo pre-amp and power amp from Jonathan Halpern of Tone Imports. Quick as you can say, "Bob's your uncle!", I had become an audio retailer, using Old Forge Studio as a dual purpose space. It's all very exciting and more than a bit crazy . . .

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