One of our good customers had this to say about some Hot Stampers he purchased recently:
Yesterday, I attended an audio event in Verona, NJ, where I had purchased my stereo.
I spent my time in the “analogue” room. This room had the flagship equipment (Vandersteen 7 speakers, Aesthetix Jupiter series amps, pre-amps, phono stage, Clearaudio’s Goldfinger Statement cartridge, etc).
I listened for a while, hearing all the issues with almost every record they played. I then asked the store’s “turntable guru” to play some of the records I brought with me.
They thumbed through my boxes and asked me what the difference was between my two copies of Abbey Road. When I explained the superior side X on either copy, the audience found this concept amusing, based on their positive laughter. Any doubters would soon become believers.
They played Abbey Road’s side 2 (3+ side, of course). While “Here Comes The Sun” was playing, Garth had his eyes closed. At the track’s conclusion, he exclaimed “Outstanding!”, and the record played on.
Next, we listened to ELP’s “Lucky Man”. Garth said it was the best he had ever heard.
I do not really know Garth, but I suspect he does not easily offer up such compliments in a room full of people. Others in the room, including the store’s turntable guru, were all very impressed. Several folks approached me, all pointing out parts of the music that blew them away.
There were comments about some folks hearing that Better Records was a scam, and others saying that you are the real deal. The discussion ended with “Hearing is believing”. No one doubted your records after this listening session.
I scored points with these important folks, thanks to your records. I provided the source material to allow their equipment to shine.
Any doubt these folks had about your company was put to rest. All that listened were very impressed, and I thought you’d want to know.