Best sound at Capital Audiofest?

Mike Baird had what looked like a full set of Conn Electronic Pipes on display at the Capital Audiofest, and he happily played music and danced to them throughout the weekend. Best sound at the show? Well, I guess it depends on your definition of “best”. They certainly got the most comments, smiles, and head-shaking wonderment. I thought the display marvelous and Mike was very clearly having far more fun than the rest of us. Bravo.

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5 Comments on Best sound at Capital Audiofest?

  1. I must admit I love seeing the word fun when it comes to systems and shows. This is why it all happened anyway. Fun!

  2. It was certainly fun to listen to. Mike was a cool guy. Talking to Mike was like talking to a hippie from the 60’s. No worries and just there to have fun and dance with anyone that wanted to join him. Nice pick Scott.

    • Part-Time Audiophile // July 19, 2012 at 4:51 PM //

      I was kidding. But seriously, Mike was having a ball — and isn’t that it’s all about?

  3. Part-Time Audiophile // July 19, 2012 at 3:14 PM //

    Snob! (Kidding) 🙂

  4. That guy was having a lot of fun; but the sound sent me nearly running from the room. Ugh.

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