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Saturday December 14, 2013

What/Why:   Come join us in formally recognizing the Colorado Audio Society (CAS) Founders for their vision to establish the Colorado Audio Society in 1982 and supporting & nurturing the members for over 30 years. 

Sep 28: Jody's Annual Braut Party Held this Evening

Marjorie Baumert, RMAF Director, filled us all in on the latest goings-on with this year's show. Pianist Fan Ya Lin will be returning to entertain us throughout the entire weekend, both in the Atrium as well as in concert. RMAF is looking for ideas to assist the relief effort arising from the recent floods that ravaged several areas in Colorado. Please email Marjorie with any suggestions. The exhibitor rooms are nearly sold out and pre-registration sales are at an all-time high, so it looks like RMAF 2003 promises to be another great success. Kudos to Marjorie as well as to those exhibitors who each year make that extra effort to not miss RMAF. As always, the food was great and we all enjoyed a superb evening on this gorgeous Colorado Fall evening..


Previous Meetings

Video (click on pic below to view)
Meeting At Immersive Studios
May 3 2011


Denver Marriott Tech Center

October 10-12 2014

Rocky Mountain Audio Fest's first show appeared in October, 2004.

Members of the Colorado Audio Society had for many years thought about a local audio show as an extension of the Society's goal of expanding public awareness of high end audio.

The concept took a serious turn when CAS members Al Stiefel and Ron Welborne took it upon themselves to explore the possibility of creating an audio show in Denver. With Al's business acumen, Ron's knowledge of the infrastructure of local audio shows, and CAS member volunteers to provide much of the support (and let's not forget Al's capable wife, Marjorie Baumert), the 2004 show became a reality!

The premiere show was hailed by members of the audio press, both hard copy and online, as a glowing success, praising not only the surprising number of exhibitor rooms (over 60), but the unusually good sound emanating from the normally dismal hotel room environment typical of the corporate shows. Also noted was the casual and friendly atmosphere produced by a show created by audiophiles and staffed by volunteer audio society members. The 2004 show also featured a stunning live concert featuring Patricia Barber, which was broadcast live on local jazz station KUVO (Jazz Oasis in the Rockies).

The subsequent shows were bigger and better, with 170+ exhibitor rooms along with more seminars and more vendors offering CDs, vinyl records, and audio accessories at show discounts.


Brian Boehler
Ken Vincellette
Vice President
Larry Owens
Skip Miller
Art Tedeschi
President Emeritus

Background Photo by CAS Photographer Jerry Stachowski

Journal 11
December 2011

Journal 10
September 2010

Journal 9
January 2010