We’ve seen a baffling trend lately, something that is not new or specific to AV. It causes us a lot of concern and we hope that in the future these occurrences will not repeat. It happens in AV, it happens in the automotive industry, it happens in most every product type that is out there. But it all starts at one point, success. How a company handles success is just as important as how they got there. Join us as we discuss some of the pitfalls we've noticed in our years of experience in the AV world.
Discuss "People in Ivory Towers shouldn’t throw Glass Rocks" here. Read the article.
Looking at the Quad website, with all its tube amps and things like this -
'For many audiophiles, the age of the transistor left a big hole in the emotion and pleasure provided by good valve amplification. The hi-fi world became orientated around numbers and statistics and choosing a new product was simply a question of numerical specifications.'
I wonder what Peter Walker would think now?