Dave Wasserman

Editor in chief of Dealerscope

Because the cost of retail space is so dear everywhere in New York City, Dave Wasserman, proprietor of New York City’s lower Manhattan-situated Stereo Exchange, has had to focus perhaps a little more acutely than dealers in other regions on how to apportion the real estate in his showroom to optimize ROI. One solution he has devised: carry headphones that reflect his store’s dedication to promulgating high-performance audio, make them accessible for sampling by customers – and aggressively promote these premium brands with events like the one he held last Thursday from noon to 7:30 p.m. – his second annual event focusing on headphones.

Dealerscope me up with Dave Wasserman, president, Stereo Exchange in New York, on the CEDIA Expo show floor. Here’s what he had to say: “Denver’s a nice city...The best thing I’ve seen so far at the show is Savant’s ‘Rosie’ system. They’ve created a home control system that has none of the issues of programming attached to it. From what I’ve seen, it has a beautiful interface, an open architecture, and everyone who’s seen it says it’s amazing. I only hope it can live up to everything we’ve seen here.”

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