His system consisted of a pair of Lansche #7 and two Legacy powered subwoofers. The Lansche's, which retail for $108,000, were driven by tube biamp system that consisted of a pair of SE 300B Confident monoblock amps driving the midrange and plasma tweeters and a pair of Push/Pull Confident mono blocks driving the woofers. The amps were connected to a Confident preamp. A BMC CD player and DAC along with a Bergman Turntable with a linear tone arm. Both the tone arm and platter were driven by an air bearing. To be honest I forgot the name of the Phono preamp but he did tell me it was valued at $50,000. The phono cartridge was $5000 alone. He demonstrated his system and at no time tried to sell the product he developed, manufactures, markets and sells. In fact after listening to his system, both some classic jazz CDs I brought long with and LP's that were in his collection he gave me as a gift one of the less expensive products that he sells. We listened to music on his system for three hours. He also talked to me about ways I could even improve my system despite it being about $200,000 less expensive than his simply by putting pillows or cloth shaped cushions in the corners and cloth sound panels on the walls to reduce standing waves. He also showed me the first pair of 300B monoblocks that that he built and uses as part of a second system in the Home Theater room along with all the antique and vintage audio equipment he owned. Both the Confident 300B amps as well as his own amps he built himself put out 8 watts per channel. To me that power rating seems low despite the volume levels he was able to obtain. Of course he did say the speakers were relatively efficient...putting out about 95dB at 1 watt.
The guy's name is Mike Morrow and he sells audio cables. Both interconnects and speaker cables. The prices for his cable are higher than Best Buy interconnects but not astronomically high. For me to purchase cables for all of my audio equipment from his company would cost about $450 which after hearing my CD player connected to my preamp with his cables did rove to me that better quality cables can help. His company's name is Morrow Audio and I'd recommend his product.