- Written by Staff
- Published on 20 December 2007
This is the fourth year of the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest (RMAF), which was held at the Denver Technical Center, just outside of Denver, Colorado.
There were 67 more exhibitors than last year, occupying the rooms on eight floors of the Marriott Hotel at the Technical Center.
It was a wonderful convention, and in fact, I believe it to be the best two-channel audio show in the USA.
As in the past, there were lots of tube products, and many of the exhibitors used turntables instead of CD players to demonstrate the sound. The feeling is that vinyl still has the better quality sound, even compared to 24/192 and SACD.
I taped some high definition video interviews and my photos were taken in RAW format with a high resolution camera and 17mm lens, so I have to adjust the vignetting, and it will take some time for me to finish everything. I will announce when additional photos are ready on the home page.
The videos are 1920x1080, and if they don't play smoothly, your video card may not be fast enough to handle them.