Good point, but you could go on and ask why doesn't Omega do a better job of marketing (shows, tours, reviews, interviews, postings here, even retail). My guess is that the answer is Omega is a one man show, Louis wants to keep it that way, and he's already at his production limits. I support his efforts to offer good value in the single driver format, but this kind of success could be a dead-end.
It wouldn't matter what we did as far as marketing, it wouldn't be good enough I guess. Four new websites in two years is a very serious effort at marketing IMO. Some surfing of the net to see how many audio websites that haven't been updated in years would be good idea, and for all we know they may be doing well.
Wrong guess - Omega is not a one man show and Louis is not (contrary to imperious wisdom) at his production limits. I have been selling Omega for years and have had NO supply issues whatsoever. Omega is THE most reliable supplier I have ever dealt with, period.
Funny way of supporting Louis' efforts. Ever bought anything from him?
Dead end? What a statement! None of us know the future, but for all any of us may know, many "big guns" could be gone before Omega. Where is Sansui, Akai, Infinity, Empire, Celestian, Micro Seiki, etc., etc? Look at many of the big British names - sold to the Chinese.
Time to treat the audio hobby like your favourite cold drink. Chill and enjoy.
My 2.2 cents worth (Canadian funds)