Outlaw 1050 Wins Stereophile Guide to HT's Gold Award!

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by John Morris, Nov 30, 2001.

  1. John Morris

    John Morris Guest

    I just got a call from Barb D at SGHT who confirmed that they have indeed awarded the Outlaw 1050 their Gold Award for Receivers. If anyone is going to CES and wants to see the presentation, it will occur in SGHT's booth on Tuesday Morning, Jan 8th between 8:30 and 10am.

    Congratulations to Outlaw Audio!!!!
     
  2. BryanZ

    BryanZ Screenwriter

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    Congrats Outlaw! Hopfully this will be the among the first of many awards to come.
     
  3. Razvan V

    Razvan V Stunt Coordinator

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    Maybe next year's Gold Award for preamps will go to Outlaw's 950 preamp... Speaking of the 950, does anyone have any new info on it? Christmas is less than 4 weeks away...

    Razvan
     
  4. Russell _T

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    That's teriffic. Congratulations to Outlaw. I hope more Internet companies get the recognition they deserve.

    Russ
     
  5. John Geelan

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    Congrats Outlaw!
    I love their ICBM.
    JohnG[​IMG]
     
  6. Johnny Lerner

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    Yeah - well great for Outlaw and the Award!!

    But do NOT be 'distracted' by the Internet aspect! And DO NOT congratulate the wrong thing! - by Outlaw succeeding it has found a way to USE the Internet to get the 'word out.'

    There is nothing intrinsically 'wrong' with 'dealers' - but they most often get hooked to the 'fast track' and can be tempted to ignore real value. (Just go find speaker 'curves' and you will INVARIABLY find a bass 'boost' 75-110 Hz to make you hear 'bass' on ALL material and thus carry the speakers to your car)

    Outlaw COULD be handled by 'dealers' - and consumers would win - they'd pay a bit more - but they'd have a 'buddy' down the street to support them - but this 'instant gratification' world has NOT worked this way.

    Thus Outlaw - and hats off (Stetsons, etc.!) to them for being brave enough to do it this way.

    But please DO NOT thank the Internet - THANK OUTLAW!!!
     

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