A Disney for hi-fi. Wow, I just saw it . . . a main road called "Music Way" lined with small specialty boutiques selling a wide range of items like music, accessories, etc.. Then the different parks that focus on the different components. Inside those are rides and other places where you can explore how amps, speakers, and such are made and how they work. It can be a Mecca of music with live performances. And the best part . . . the components your interested in are delivered to your room every morning for your own evaluation with dedicated lines for every room, which are of course designed from an accoustal perspective, delivering a spot on 120v or 240 for you Europeans. I think it would be cool. Maybe Las Vegas. I'd go just for the music and other talent. Mr. Schneider you have been having fun tonight, yes? Or were you not going that far . . . I guess we Americans are always doing that blowing things up, err, I mean making them bigger than they need. But there is just so much land around here and that whole pioneer thing from our past (did you go around playing cowboys and Indians when you were a kid. You ever wonder why US hi-fi is, in general, so much larger physically and power wise from their European counter parts? You'll hear things about average room size, building materials and the such, but if you read between the lines . . . it still indicates the above.
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