Bio: Dina Clarke
AVRant Podcaster; Voice of Reason; Lover of the Midwest
Dina Clarke had a boom box as a teenager. She has fond memories of listening to the Grease soundtrack on 8-track in middle school and was quite satisfied with the 27 inch television in her parents’ home. Then she married J.
He opened her eyes to the truth and beauty of rich sounds and high def visuals. (And she can kind of tell a difference.) She is a movie fan (from chick flick to action adventure and most stuff in between) and loves music (country to rock n roll – not real picky there either.) She rarely goes to the movie theater (why would she?) except to see the occasional new Will Ferrell flick.
Dina’s only qualification for being on this site is her marriage to a home theater/audio freak. She was a former elementary school teacher and is now a mother, Sunday School teacher, school volunteer and avid walker and book reader*.
Dina suspects that her early childhood and elementary education degrees will come in quite handy working with these guys – especially Tom.
- *Long ago, before the invention of the Internet or this whole audioholics hobby, people
would find entertainment in books.
Main Entry: 1book
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English bOc; akin to Old High German buoh book, Gothic boka letter
1 a : a set of written sheets of skin or paper or tablets of wood or ivory b : a set of written, printed, or blank sheets bound together into a volume c : a long written or printed literary composition d : a major division of a treatise or literary work
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