Audiophile interview: Chris Connaker – computeraudiophile.com

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Laurence A. Borden writes:

LB: Chris, welcome to Dagogo. Please begin by telling us about your background, and what lead you to embrace computer-based audio and to start computeraudiophile.com.

Chris Connaker: I have been an audiophile for as long as I can remember. In 1982, after talking my second grade teacher Mrs. Van de Weigh into allowing students to bring our favorite music to class, I brought the vinyl version of Pink Floyd’s The Wall. The low fidelity elementary school turntable didn’t reproduce the album very well but the class enjoyed the rebellious lyrics of Another Brick in the Wall nonetheless. My computer experience began that same year with my family’s purchase of a Commodore 64.

Jumping ahead a bit, I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Cloud State University. My now-extensive background in Enterprise Information Technology began immediately after college. I joined the world’s largest hair care company as a Help Desk Analyst and worked my way to Network Administrator in a few short years. During this time I designed, configured, and managed ...

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