- Apr 11, 2020
- North Carolina, U.S.
Now that’s a book to write! “Lessons from the Audiophile Battlefield”!Thanks for your kind comments. I look forward to writing everything that I've learned during 'UK Stage 1' of my business plan down for everyone to read for free on my website. Hopefully I'll be taking on new challenges for other products and assuming that I'm able to attain the competitive performance that I can get from phonostages I'll very much look forward to describing the design process for those too.
As far as protection goes I might have to take you up on that as quite a few people have tried to get me in trouble and cause issues for the company due to my technical transparency and competitive approach but so far haven't succeeded as I like to be very thorough and make everything air-tight. A disadvantage of this approach is that you have to tell the truth 100% of the time which is inconvenient in the short term and from a traditional 'audiophile marketing' perspective but is really starting to pay dividends.
One day I'll publish my collection of 'cease and desist' threat letters, along with a run-through of my first 2 years once I conclude the current phase of the business. Now and here is neither the time or place... Sadly they never seem to follow through on their promises of legal obliteration but I'm putting aside some of my revenue for a 'truth insurance' fund for when I start writing about good design practice with various examples of contemporary quackery to contrast.