I knew Neil quite well in Washington, in the early '80s. He was an
incredible help to this, at the time, young engineer. A nicer guy
you could never hope to meet.
I still have the "clock radio" that I bought at his moving sale. It
was an EV Sentry One monitor, driven by a GE clock radio. That was
Neil, always thinking outside the box.
I shall miss him very much!
>I have received notice that Neil Muncy passed away this evening
>shortly after 8 PM Eastern Daylight Time. He passed peacefully with
>a smile on his face.
>Neil will be missed. He has been an active audio engineer and may be
>best remembered for his grounding seminars and his work in
>identifying and raising awareness of the Pin One Problem in audio
>equipment design. http://pin1problem.com/ provides all the
>background on this.
>I came to know Neil personally shortly after I moved to Toronto in
>2004 and I have been helping him off-and-on with various projects.
>He never lost his enthusiasm for sharing well-recorded music with
>his many visitors. I will miss him.
>Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
>Aurora, Ontario, Canada (905) 713 6733 1-877-TAPE-FIX
>Quality tape transfers -- even from hard-to-play tapes.