An Interview With Zu Audio and Bart Andeer Of Florida Audio Expo | The Occasional Podcast






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This week’s episode of our audio-centric The Occasional Podcast features none other than Sean Casey of Zu Audio, and a separate breakdown of the upcoming Florida Audio Expo with show runner Bart Andeer. The Florida event takes place in February, and if recent signs in the hifi circuit are any indication, big things will be taking place. Attendance for audio shows has skyrocketed over last year with many hungry for more in-person experiences to subject their ears to.

Designer Sean Casey of Zu Audio also joins the episode for his first follow up interview since S1E1! Sean provides a little follow up for how the Zu brand has weather the pandemic, along with several more philosophical takes on design, sound and something he is not necessarily known for, cost-no-object speakers.

The Occasional Podcast has launched into it’s 8th season with our interview with Zu Audio and FLAX 2023, but you can also check out our coverage of Capital Audiofest 2022, our Halloween Special and our interview with turntable reviewer Michael Fremer plus last season’s Anatomy Of An Amplifier and earlier episodes like A Beginners Guide To Wireless HiFiHow Records Are Made plus A Guide To Tube Amplifiers and our season 6 opener What Is Accuracy and Why Audiophiles Love Jazz? but don’t miss last season’s finale TOP’s Best Of Season 5 Awards Plus A Visit to Van Halen’s 5150 Studios or our revisited interview with the late legendary recording engineer Al Schmitt. Also available for download is last season’s interviews with Heinz Lichtenegger, president of Pro-Ject. You can also check out Budgeting – From Entry Level To High EndGetting Started With Vinyl Playback, The Occasional Beginner’s Guide To Digital Audio. Season three had interviews with such audio legends as Jeff JosephBill Dudleston, Nelson Pass and even Rob Watts.

If you would like more from PTA staff writer and engineer Dave McNair, you can hear also him exploring all things Mastering and explaining The Loudness Wars plus How Records Are Made, and if you haven’t checked out our beginners guide to reel-to-reel playback, it’s definitely worth a listen.

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2 Comments

  1. Granted, the expression, “people person” remains a tautology, but to refer to oneself (or another) as something other than a people person suggests they might be something other than human.
    Interesting. . .
    Sean swears a lot.
    Hence, I lost interest.

    • When I see adults still getting offended at naughty words like it’s 1953, I lose interest in what they’re saying. In 2022, verbs that describe normal human behavior and bodily functions are not profanity. Slurs against minorities, women and the LGBTQ+ community are. Let’s move on.

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