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post #76 of 485
What 90% of them said^

post #77 of 485
I'm so excited. :P

Zanth, you are awesome.
post #78 of 485
this is getting more anticipated excitement than a new model release!!!
post #79 of 485
he's lying, there was no interview!
post #80 of 485
It's getting close to 9pm, when Zanth said he's pop the first installment *drool*
post #81 of 485
Argh! I gotta leave at 6:30 tomorrow and I'm not going to get to see it for two weeks unless I see it tonight! Come on, Zanth!
post #82 of 485
I hope this isn't some sort of cruel joke?

- augustwest
post #83 of 485
Chill out people. Zanth was kind enough to set up an interview and squeeze writing it into his busy schedule, and we really have no right to rush him or demand it in a timely fashion.
post #84 of 485
Quote:
Originally Posted by augustwest
I hope this isn't some sort of cruel joke?

- augustwest
He said he'd get to writing it at 9, not posting it up by then.
post #85 of 485
i think you guys are hilarious! I want to hear as well, but chill playa!
post #86 of 485
Thread Starter 
Hi guys, I'm doing as much as I can. In fact, John and I communicated this evening via email to answer a few more questions I had.

Regarding the post, it does take time and I realize you are excited, I did interview him and this is not some cruel joke. It will be up by tomorrow night for sure.

That said, I'm a student, I have three jobs and I am a husband and a father. Each of those things necessarily takes priority over Head-fi and writing. I spend very few moments with my son as it is because of my schedule so when I have down time he gets first dibs. Then it goes to my wife (which usually coincides with him) then studying. All after working. That leaves late nights for me to read Head-fi and post. Unless I steal away time while at work. The majority of my review writing happens between 11 pm and 4 am, after that I try to sleep a bit.

It will be up soon, I promise and as I said, we talked and talked and we cleared up all of the rumors and we covered all the nitty gritty bits. He has trusted me with posting without him reviewing what I write which will save time. If it were just a matter of writing down answers to questions that were posted it would not take that long, but John and I just didn't do a Question 1) GO! Question 2 Go! Etc...

We had a conversation. He told me stories, related his personal feelings on being a company owner, a father and an audio designer. I got to know the person who happens to be a manufacturer vs. a manfacturer who happens to be a person. That was really cool and it would a true disservice to Head-fi and the spirit of the interview if I did not incorporate that stuff.

Anyhow, it is coming, soon, I promise
post #87 of 485
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zanth
Hi guys, I'm doing as much as I can. In fact, John and I communicated this evening via email to answer a few more questions I had.

Regarding the post, it does take time and I realize you are excited, I did interview him and this is not some cruel joke. It will be up by tomorrow night for sure.

That said, I'm a student, I have three jobs and I am a husband and a father. Each of those things necessarily takes priority over Head-fi and writing. I spend very few moments with my son as it is because of my schedule so when I have down time he gets first dibs. Then it goes to my wife (which usually coincides with him) then studying. All after working. That leaves late nights for me to read Head-fi and post. Unless I steal away time while at work. The majority of my review writing happens between 11 pm and 4 am, after that I try to sleep a bit.

It will be up soon, I promise and as I said, we talked and talked and we cleared up all of the rumors and we covered all the nitty gritty bits. He has trusted me with posting without him reviewing what I write which will save time. If it were just a matter of writing down answers to questions that were posted it would not take that long, but John and I just didn't do a Question 1) GO! Question 2 Go! Etc...

We had a conversation. He told me stories, related his personal feelings on being a company owner, a father and an audio designer. I got to know the person who happens to be a manufacturer vs. a manfacturer who happens to be a person. That was really cool and it would a true disservice to Head-fi and the spirit of the interview if I did not incorporate that stuff.

Anyhow, it is coming, soon, I promise
Would like to be the first to say, "Thank you for your dedication"
post #88 of 485
damn dude 3 jobs? and all that stuff! jeez

seriously dude though dont take their comments to heart they are just excited, and alot of us dont have as much stuff to do as you besides poaching the forums!
post #89 of 485
Looking forward to it Zanth

::tags post::
post #90 of 485
I can't wait, but definately take your time. I know the end product will be good, we can wait
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