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Dusty Vawter

Production Manager

Audio Alchemy

HQ Phone:  (325) 480-2790

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Audio Alchemy

4017 Karen Dr.

Abilene, Texas,79606

United States

Company Description

Bringing Abilene the finest automotive electronics... more.

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President

SOULO Loudspeakers


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Channel Islands Audio

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Everything about BioChemistry

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- [http://www.ciaudio.com/ Channel Islands Audio, the company Dusty Vawter founded after leaving Audio Alchemy]


Stereophile: Channel Islands Audio D-100 class-D monoblock power amplifier

stereophile.com [cached]

Dusty Vawter assures me this one measures pretty well." The D-100 is the first Channel Islands Audio product to be reviewed in Stereophile, but many readers will be familiar with CIA's Dusty Vawter from his many years as Audio Alchemy's manager of customer service."Class-D does not mean digital," Dusty Vawter groused.The D-100 looks as though it's mostly power supply, I said to Vawter.


onhifi.com -- Hot Product Archives -- Monolithic Sound PA-1 Preamplifier and HC-1b Dual Mono Power Supply

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Dusty Vawter was Audio Alchemy's QC/Customer Relations manager, where he made quite a name for himself because of his obvious concern for customer satisfaction and his innovative solutions to catastrophic systems failures.It seemed as though everyone who ever dealt with him became an instant fan -- his name was almost religiously invoked on quite a few audio bulletin boards.In designing their new line of components, Dusty and Greg had a secret weapon in their arsenal: Dusty's fiendishly clever inspiration for a passive/active preamplifier, which sounds like an oxymoron and requires a word of explanation.In designing their new line of components, Dusty and Greg had a secret weapon in their arsenal: Dusty's fiendishly clever inspiration for a passive/active preamplifier, which sounds like an oxymoron and requires a word of explanation.Greg Schug and Dusty Vawter ought to be pretty proud of themselves.


Channel Islands Audio D/A Converter and Vac-1 Power Supply

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I met Dusty Vawter, the designer of the VDA-1 DAC and VAC-1 high current power supply, during a visit to Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show, around 1993.At the time he was working for Audio Alchemy.Dusty's interest in audio began at age 14 when he started to build speakers and speaker cabinets.Shortly thereafter, he went to work at a car stereo shop as a technician, repairing car stereos.He was hired by Audio Alchemy to manage the service department.While working at Audio Alchemy, he acquired some techniques of audio design working with Peter Madnick.After leaving Audio Alchemy in November of 1996, he established Channel Islands Audio, supporting and modifying Audio Alchemy products.


www.audiophilia.com

I met Dusty Vawter, the designer of the VDA-1 DAC and VAC-1 high current power supply, during a visit to Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show, around 1993.At the time he was working for Audio Alchemy.Dusty's interest in audio began at age 14 when he started to build speakers and speaker cabinets.Shortly thereafter, he went to work at a car stereo shop as a technician, repairing car stereos.He was hired by Audio Alchemy to manage the service department.While working at Audio Alchemy, he acquired some techniques of audio design working with Peter Madnick.After leaving Audio Alchemy in November of 1996, he established Channel Islands Audio, supporting and modifying Audio Alchemy products.


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