Audio Icon Sandy Gross to Appear at Baltimore’s Soundscape

Sandy Gross, audio icon and founder/president of GoldenEar Technology and before that Definitive Technology and Polk Audio (as co-founder), will be appearing at Baltimore audio/video specialist Soundscape on Thursday, February 13.

During the exclusive gathering Gross will talk about his passion for sonic perfection and conduct the first demonstration in the Baltimore area of the forthcoming Bookshelf Reference X (BRX) speaker. The event will also include demonstrations of a Dolby Atmos home theater system built around two Sound & Vision Top Picks: GoldenEar’s flagship Triton Reference tower speaker and Triton One R tower.

Wine and cheese will be served at the event, which will be held 6-8 p.m on Thursday, February 13 at Soundscape’s showroom, 406 West Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21210. An RSVP is requested by February 11; call 410-889-1134. Space is limited.

For more information on Soundscape, a third-generation family-owned and operated business, visit


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drny's picture

Sandy, we need your Icon class level to get this expo on the map.
Visionary, master marketer, and most of all a friendly classy gentleman.
Oh yeah, he co-founded some minor brands you might know.
Namely Polk Audio, Definitive Technology, Goldenear. How'bout them apples.