I'm well aware of master clocks used for video post production, but was unaware that similar master clocks are now used in digital recording studios. Antelope makes some of the finest clocks for this application.
Oddly enough, they also make some headphone amplifiers.
Brooklyn? Queens? Friggen country boy from Montana, I can never remember. All I know is New York is home to Jack Wu and Woo Audio, who make some fine vacuum tube headphone amps ... some very nice affordable ones, too.
Having heard only two of their headphones (the great sounding Exodus, and the rather poor sounding Stir it Up), I was very much looking forward to getting my ears on the entire House of Marley line to get a feel for their overall performance as a headphone company.
Argh! I forgot to take a picture of the Comply booth. I didn't forget to visit them, though. This company makes great aftermarket tips for you in-ear monitors, and their booth was manned by one of the engineers.
I just love it when someone technical is available to talk about their product.