My name is Gordon White and I’m the Founder of Save The Stereo, a project to develop and promote the best ideas for leading the next generation of music lovers to the healthy and enriching lifestyle of high-performance audio.

Save The Stereo Project is a place where music lovers, audiophiles, and industry leaders can come together to do three things:

1. Focus on the challenges of leading the next generation of music lovers to high-performance audio.

2. Propose and review ideas to face these challenges.

3. Promote the best of these ideas as part of an action plan for the community and industry.

No dues, just action

Save The Stereo Project is not a trade or industry association.  As an independently funded project, there is nothing to join, no membership dues, and no fees to participate.  Music lovers, audiophiles, and industry leaders are all welcome to take part.

The goal of Save The Stereo Project is to launch and maintain a campaign to promote high-performance audio to the next generation of music lovers.  The campaign is presented in the Action Plan section of this website.

Speaking of action, please devote a few minutes to do the following:

1. Take the Save The Stereo Survey

After reviewing this website, please take the Save The Stereo survey.  Once you have completed the survey, you will be invited to review Action Plan items as they debut.  To take the Save The Stereo survey, click here.

2. Spread the Word

Help Save The Stereo Project reach the broader high-performance audio industry and community by encouraging your friends and colleagues to (a) visit and (b) take the Save The Stereo survey.  Call, text, email, Facebook, or Tweet, we appreciate you spreading the word about Save The Stereo Project.

I am very passionate about high-performance audio, believe in its future, and look forward to helping the community and industry lead the next generation of music lovers to this wonderful and life-affirming hobby.

Thank you for your time, feedback, and interest for Save The Stereo Project.

Here’s to the future, in stereo!


Gordon White, Founder
Save The Stereo Project

p.s. – For my personal reasons for starting Save The Stereo Project, read Why Save The Stereo.

Feedback for Save The Stereo Project:

“I strongly support Save The Stereo Project and urge my fellow stereo industry friends to do the same.” - Gene Rubin, Gene Rubin Audio

“Finally, someone realized that we as an industry need to do something to prevent extinction.  Hope that influential industry members can/will pull together.” - Vade Forrester, Contributing Writer, The Absolute Sound

“I love the idea to promote, reach, and educate not just the audio lovers, but also to advance the appreciation of the music we try to reproduce.” - Ernie Fisher, Editor, The Inner Ear Magazine

"Bravo, Gordon. Your efforts to advocate for quality reproduction of music are sincerely appreciated." - Richard Schram, President, Parasound Products, Inc.

"We heartily agree with the Project. Young people are always surprised when they hear music through our Nola loudspeakers and associated electronics. "WOW!", they say, "I never thought it could be this good!" - Marilyn Marchisotto, VP/CFO, Accent/Nola Speakers

"I heartedly support Save The Stereo Project." - Bill Thalmann, President, Music Technology, Inc.

“This is just the thing needed to promote and encourage the next generation of high fidelity music listeners.” - Craig Sypnier, Owner, Audio Renaissance

“Great idea, I sincerely hope we all can get together spreading the word.  Listening to music is one of the greatest ways to decouple and relax, be it live or from a great music system.” - Peter B. Noerbaek, President, PBN Audio LLC - Montana Loudspeakers

“I wish Save The Stereo Project every success.” - Steve Daniels, President, The Sound Organisation

“High fidelity stereo enjoyment lives on through Save The Stereo Project!” - Adam Johnson, Madisound Speaker Components, Inc.

"Brilliant! The efforts of Save the Stereo Project are timely and much needed. We at Veloce Audio look forward to helping in any way we can." - Mark Conti, Managing Director, Veloce Audio

To read all of the industry and community feedback for Save The Stereo Project, check out the Feedback section.