Welcome to The Connecticut Audio Society!

The Connecticut Audio Society (CAS) was established in 1983 as a private forum where individuals could meet to exchange information and ideas pertaining to the hobby of high-end audio. Membership is open to all individuals who have an interest in this fun hobby. Meetings are held year round on a bi-monthly basis. Locations include retail establishments, manufacturing plants, recording studios and members' homes. Most meetings are located south of Hartford and west of Mystic, Connecticut.

Often meetings have notable guests who present topics of audio interest. These topics cover a wide range from equipment demonstrations to technical subjects like room acoustics. The club membership shares an interest in the history of the audio industry and it is not uncommon for venerable audio legends to present at meetings.

The group supports a private area where members exchange information about the audio industry, DIY electronics, speaker design, live and recorded music and many topics of general interest to audiophiles. One of the great merits of Club membership is meeting others with a true depth of knowledge in many aspects of music reproduction. CAS welcomes new members and, if interested, please contact the Club Secretary for information on how to join. Also, our Frequently Asked Questions page contains a wealth of information about the club.

 

Club Announcements

  • June 3 - Live Recording with Mark Naftalin For the first time in it’s history, the CAS will be hosting a Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame musician. Keyboard player Mark Naftalin of the legendary Paul Butterfield ...
    Posted by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • April 29 - April Audio and Verity Audio Audition Member CK will demonstrate his April Music equipment of which he owns several pieces. He also will talk about April Music equipment in general and will demo his new Verity ...
    Posted Apr 13, 2017, 10:15 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • February 4 - DIY Speakers Our meeting topic is Do-It-Yourself speakers. Anything that was made or modified by a member qualifies.  Members will talk about the design, construction, and/or modifications that they ...
    Posted Jan 22, 2017, 11:13 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • December 3 - Annual Holiday Meeting Vinyl pressing comparisons - We will be sampling a variety of vinyl pressings to detect changes in sonic presentation. In addition, we will elect the Board members for 2017. Meeting to ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2016, 8:14 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • October 1 - Review Three Audio Test Applications We will review three popular audio test applications: AudioTools for Apple iOS, Fuzzmeasure for the Mac, and the Dayton Audio OmniMic for the Windows. Each offering has its strengths and ...
    Posted Sep 30, 2016, 7:38 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
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