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Chris Boylan

Chris Boylan fell in love with music at an early age and discovered the joys and obsessions of hi-fi audio shortly thereafter. At age 6, he was convinced that his sister's plastic battery-operated portable record player was the best music reproduction system on the planet. At age 6 1/2, he began experimenting with an acoustic isolation platform made entirely of Silly Putty to tweak the sound. Around this time, he also discovered drums, much to his parents' dismay. His passion for music and film naturally led him to the wonders of "home theater," which in the early 80s meant a HiFi VCR, a huge 25 inch TV, a receiver, 4 speakers, and an outboard Dolby Surround Sound decoder. His screen has gotten a bit bigger since then, as has his audio system. Chris is ISF certified, has moderated discussion panels at CES and served on the CEA Session Advisory Committee. He has written about audio, video and other technology since 1993 in the virtual pages of Enjoy The Music, Big Picture Big Sound, CleanTechnica and now eCoustics.
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