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About Us The New Jersey Audio Society was established in the 1980s as a group interested in high performance audio playback. We encourage and welcome anyone interested in high performance playback systems from 78's to DXD/8xDSD to join and participate through active membership. Annual dues are currently $80. Membership includes a subscription to The Source, the publication of the New Jersey Audio Society, and invitations to attend meetings as well as to communicate through the submission of material or letters for publication in the newsletter and participate in our newsgroup site on the web.

We try to vary our meeting content among product demonstrations, music, instructional meetings (tweaks, room treatments, DIY, etc.) and just plain hanging out and listening to music on members’ systems. As examples, we have had demonstrations by manufacturers of high-end audio equipment, visits by recording engineers (including playback and mixing of master tapes), special meetings at dealers’ facilities, component and speaker builder meetings where some members who build speakers and electronic components have discussed and shown their designs, meetings dedicated to demonstrations of and discussions relating to vintage audio equipment, and demonstrations from professional musicians of their instruments and discussions of recordings of the great performers on those instruments. We also have annual summer picnic and year-end holiday party meetings.

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Tom Curnin from Bravo A.V. giving his talk.
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Ceiling Acoustic Treatment
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Listening and or Talking
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Close Up Speaker and Amp
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Speakers and Amps
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Front End
Meeting Comments
Brian, thank you so much for being such a good host. However, I think the way things went was a poor use of our time - especially with driving so hazardous and the room so small for so many people. The guest speaker was nice enough, but he spoke for over 1.5 hours mostly about his company's uber-expensive products that none of us can afford, and not about Brian's room. It was 4pm before any music started playing! In the future could we please enforce a 30-35 minute time limit for guest speakers and save questions for the last 5 minutes of that time, and let the time be spent addressing something that we as members can take advantage of (and not something that only billionaires can afford)?
How we managed to pack 35 hungry audiophiles in Brian's room and survive I'll never know! Great fun!
Great talk on room acoustics and what goes into designing a room by Tom Curnin. Very impressive that Brian did the construction of his room himself. It really paid off because the system sounded excellent.
nice room, great sound
Great meeting thanks to our gracious hosts, Brian and Susan. Tom Curnin gave an interesting talk and fielded plenty of questions in the process. And the system did not disappoint being in such an audiophile's dreamscape.
Very good meeting at Brian's. Unfortunately snow was in the picture. His new room works very well with the components in it. Of course Brian and his wife were great hosts.
I was a bit uncomfortable in the warm crowded room where the presentation talk was a little too long for me. But later, when the room was less crowded, I did enjoy the music even though I never did sit in the prime area. And Mrs. Kheel was a gracious and delightful host.
A great meeting! Interesting presentation by Tom Curnin of BravoA/V, great music and food, fantastic listening room and gear! Thanks to Brian and wife Susan for a fun afternoon.
Brian's years of effort succeeded! I could've listened for weeks in that room. And he and Susan are the real deal...gracious and welcoming.