Hello, and welcome from all of us at Audio Nexus and all of the high end audio and video manufacturers you'll be meeting in the next few months. This is the first ever, online, high end, audio/video seminar series. We believe that this series will present a wonderful opportunity for all of you, no matter where you live, to meet and get to know some of the most preeminent, high-end, audio and video manufacturers from the United States and around the world. These manufacturers will be talking to you about their design philosophies, how they view the high end, and how they strive to bring as much of that vision to you as they possibly can in their product offerings.
We plan to host a brand new manufacturer each and every month, so please come by and visit us at least that often to make sure you don't miss any of these exciting presentations.
And now, to begin listening to this month's seminar, click the link below labeled "Featured Speaker", sit back, relax, and let the Internet and your RealAudio player do the rest. Thank you very much.
Terry Dorn of Audio Research Corporation, as interviewed by Audio Nexus' own Ken Gould.
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