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

  • September 4th - Bill Paulah CAS is pleased to host speaker Bill Paulah, who has been working very hard for months on an excellent presentation on the evolution of record mastering. He will be sharing ...
    Posted Aug 30, 2021, 1:23 PM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • April 3 - Paul Barton, founder of PSB Speakers The Connecticut Audio Society is pleased to host Paul Barton, founder of PSB Speakers, to present to the membership via Zoom. PSB Speakers web site can be found here: https ...
    Posted Apr 3, 2021, 3:47 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • March 6th - John Atkinson of Stereophile John Atkinson is currently Technical Editor of Stereophile, after several decades as the editor.  He joined CAS in person in 2013 for our 30th anniversary meeting. He will join us ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2021, 8:11 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • February 6th - Merrill Wettasinghe of Merrill Audio Advanced Technologies Labs Merrill Wettasinghe of Merrill Audio Advanced Technologies Labs will present on "Why Class A amplifiers are Good, and the Challenges of GaN Transistors." The meeting will be a Zoom presentation ...
    Posted Dec 7, 2020, 11:47 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
  • January 9th - Mike Fremer Mike Fremer, editor of analogPlanet.com and Stereophile senior contributing editor will conduct a question and answer session with club members. Meeting will be held by Zoom and is open ...
    Posted Dec 7, 2020, 11:50 AM by The Connecticut Audio Society
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