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post #16 of 38
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Give me the amp before the presentations and i won't be bored But seriously I'm interested in this stuff and curious to know what people have to tell...
I can imagine ! See you then.
post #17 of 38
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I'm in......(as long as i'm not on holidays)

Indra, you will miss the change to meet Lisa and Darth Vader. They realy love each other. You sure you are not able to reschedule your work schedule..
Ahhhh, shoiting!! So you already have the Lisa then? Awesome! I don't think I will be able to so it'll just have to wait I guess. You'd better make sure you'll be there at the next meet so i can meet the lovers
I'll see what I can do although I don't think my chances of succeeding will be high. Saturday is one of the most important and busiest days in the week. We already lost one saturday-employee recently and the new one has to be guided now...we'll see.
It sure would be interesting hearing what everyone has to say about the matters in question.
post #18 of 38
Sounds like a lot of fun Hans! Unfortunatly, I've already signed up for the AE-Europe listening/tech day. Maybe I can do both, but I'll have to check with a friend who is riding shotgun to AE-Europe.
post #19 of 38
Hello Hans,

I'm an American currently residing in Den Haag and I'm very interested in attending the Nov. 17th workshop. However since my understanding of Dutch is very poor, could you please forward me the details on the workshop in English, if at all possible. Also would an English speaking Head-Fier be welcome at this event?

I looked at Baarn on Google earth and also checked the train schedule and it doesn't appear to be that difficult to get from Den Haag to Baarn. I would need directions to from the train station to Prinses Marielaan 8. I would like to know if I would need to bring any equipment with me.

Thank you,

Ralph
post #20 of 38
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Hi Ralph,

The workshop will be totally in Dutch as well as the presentations, but you are more then welcome to take part.

No need to bring equipment.

Unfortunately I do not have any english info and to translate it at present would be asking too much of my time as I am very busy with the iQube.

Sorry.

I hope this is not too much of a problem?

Hans
post #21 of 38
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Unfortunately I do not have any english info and to translate it at present would be asking too much of my time as I am very busy with the iQube.
I wouldn't mind translating it. That is if you have got something on paper and don't mind sharing it prior to the workshop on the 17th.

I sadly can't make it the 17th though.
post #22 of 38
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I wouldn't mind translating it. That is if you have got something on paper and don't mind sharing it prior to the workshop on the 17th.(
Haha, sneaky sneaky said! Nahh, I kid It's a nice gesture

I can't come for sure now since the new employee who replaced the one that left, has also been fired haha! So we'll need all hands available now.
post #23 of 38
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Haha, sneaky sneaky said! Nahh, I kid It's a nice gesture
Hey, what are you suggesting here?
post #24 of 38
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Hey, what are you suggesting here?
Ow..nothing really
post #25 of 38
Sounds fun, but the main focus will be portable sound right?
post #26 of 38
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Sounds fun, but the main focus will be portable sound right?
No, it will be 50/50 portable and stationary.

rgds Hans
post #27 of 38
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Heed canamp

For those interested, the Heed Can amp has arrived and it will be on display during the workshop.
post #28 of 38
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Well the workshop has been held and it was a great success, for me at least.
Again I met nice people and the atmosphere was really head fi like.

My first time Lisa III (Thanks Harm!) really enjoyed that.

It really gets me into the mood for a dutch meet again.

rgds
post #29 of 38
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Well the workshop has been held and it was a great success, for me at least.
Again I met nice people and the atmosphere was really head fi like.

My first time Lisa III (Thanks Harm!) really enjoyed that.

It really gets me into the mood for a dutch meet again.

rgds
Thanks.

I really liked the workshop. Loved the Iqube amp. Great design.
post #30 of 38
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Thanks.

I really liked the workshop. Loved the iQube amp. Great design.
Small typo corrected .
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