Our meetings feature well-known speakers and guests who offer a world of valuable insights about music listening, recording and a myriad of other audiophile topics. Bi-monthly meetings are held in-person and through Zoom. 

November 13
Bill 
Pauluh - Part 3

Bill Pauluh had so much information to share in his presentations that we're going to have a part 3 w with CAS member Tom Fine moderating the discussion. The discussion will also bridge the analog to digital future. The meeting will be held via Zoom and is open to CAS members and guests only.

October 16
Bill 
Pauluh - Part 2

Bill Pauluh had so much information to share in his presentations that we're going to have a part 3 w with CAS member Tom Fine moderating the discussion. The discussion will also bridge the analog to digital future. The meeting will be held via Zoom and is open to CAS members and guests only.

September 4th
Bill Pauluh - Part 1

CAS is pleased to host speaker Bill Paulah, who has been working very hard for months on an excellent presentation on the evolution of record mastering. He will be sharing secrets and knowledge from decades in the recording industry. This meeting will be held on Zoom and is open for club members and guests.

April 3
Paul Barton

The Connecticut Audio Society is pleased to host Paul Barton, founder of PSB Speakers, to present to the membership via Zoom. PSB Speakers web site can be found here: https://www.psbspeakers.com. Please note that the Zoom meeting is for registered Connecticut Audio Society members and guests only.

 

Past Meetings

March 6 - John Atkinson of Stereophile

John Atkinson is currently Technical Editor of Stereophile, after several decades as the editor.  He joined CAS in person in 2013 for our 30th anniversary meeting. He will join us via Zoom to share his insights. This meeting is open for CAS members and invited guests only.

February 6th - Merril Wettasinghe of Merrill Advanced Audio Technologies

Merrill Wettasinghe of Merrill Audio Advanced Technologies Labs will present on "Why Class A amplifiers are Good, and the Challenges of GaN Transistors." The meeting will be a Zoom presentation and is open for club members and guests only.

January 9th - Michael Fremer

Michael Fremer, editor of analogPlanet.com and Stereophile senior contributing editor will conduct a question and answer session with club members. Meeting will be held by Zoom and is open to club members and guests only.