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post #211 of 431
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Announcement...

 

Cavalli Audio is extending to our meet the following (Meet Only) Specials:

  • 40% off of the Liquid Gold! - $6450 will be down to $3950
  • 25% off of the Liquid Glass! - $3950 will be down to $2950

 

Details: 

  1. Come to the meet, fill out a form with your name, email address, phone number, & amp you want.
  2. Pay for amp within 7 days (valid until midnight the following Sunday, 2/23/2014). 
  3. Amps will ship within 4 weeks of the meet.

 

Watch Jude's video review of the Liquid Gold here.

 

Liquid Gold:

 

Liquid Glass:

That is nuts.  4K for a gold with ready availability...

post #212 of 431
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Announcement...

 

 

Any chance Light Harmonic will be offering special show pricing for the Da Vinci DAC?
 

post #213 of 431
I'm in. This was great last time, looking forward to it.
post #214 of 431
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I'm in. This was great last time, looking forward to it.

"Chicago and Bay Area", huh?  If you can bring me one of these monsters from Manny's, I would be eternally grateful:

 

 

Meanwhile, I saw some of you eyeing the giant burrito I was eating at last year's meet.  It was from a taqueria really close by called "El Metate" on 120 Harbor Blvd.  It's really easy to get to by car... get on 101S from Marine Pkwy/Ralston and exit on Harbor Blvd. before even really getting on the freeway... and it'll be right there on your right.  They have a good selection of meats, though chicken is a favorite of many, and both the regular and super burritos are great options (though be warned that the super one is a gut buster, so be hungry!)

 

And if you're wondering, yes, I wiped that plate clean as well as a bowl of matzah ball soup... with a little help from my friends (my daughters, who were 4 and 2 at the time).

post #215 of 431

^^^ Oh my!  I've virtually quit eating meat.  I really want one of those!

post #216 of 431
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^^^ Oh my!  I've virtually quit eating meat.  I really want one of those!

 

There's a really good chinese place somewhat close called uncle chen's. They have a lot of great fake meat vegetarian options that are really good. It's on el camino I think about 5 minute drive from the hotel. I recommend the veggie salt and pepper 'chicken'

post #217 of 431
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There's a really good chinese place somewhat close called uncle chen's. They have a lot of great fake meat vegetarian options that are really good. It's on el camino I think about 5 minute drive from the hotel. I recommend the veggie salt and pepper 'chicken'


Oh Cool!  Thank you.  Hardest part is eating out, avoiding meat, and avoiding having a Subway veggie sandwich.  Again.

post #218 of 431

I am in!!! I am in!!! Let's get it started !

 

My set up will be:

Amp and DAC:

Schiit Lyr

Schiit Bifrost/ Uber Analog with USB Gen 2 Input

 

Headphones:

Fostex TH900

HD800

post #219 of 431
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I am in!!! I am in!!! Let's get it started !

 

My set up will be:

Amp and DAC:

Schiit Lyr

Schiit Bifrost/ Uber Analog with USB Gen 2 Input

 

Headphones:

Fostex TH900

HD800

Addition: Source: Alienware M17x R3

post #220 of 431
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I am in!!! I am in!!! Let's get it started !

My set up will be:
Amp and DAC:
Schiit Lyr
Schiit Bifrost/ Uber Analog with USB Gen 2 Input

Headphones:
Fostex TH900
HD800
Mind if I take a listen to your Bifrost?
post #221 of 431
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Mind if I take a listen to your Bifrost?

That's absolutely no problem. Everybody is sooo welcome to listen to my stuff. :)

post #222 of 431
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"Chicago and Bay Area", huh?  If you can bring me one of these monsters from Manny's, I would be eternally grateful:




Meanwhile, I saw some of you eyeing the giant burrito I was eating at last year's meet.  It was from a taqueria really close by called "El Metate" on 120 Harbor Blvd.  It's really easy to get to by car... get on 101S from Marine Pkwy/Ralston and exit on Harbor Blvd. before even really getting on the freeway... and it'll be right there on your right.  They have a good selection of meats, though chicken is a favorite of many, and both the regular and super burritos are great options (though be warned that the super one is a gut buster, so be hungry!)

And if you're wondering, yes, I wiped that plate clean as well as a bowl of matzah ball soup... with a little help from my friends (my daughters, who were 4 and 2 at the time).

Outstanding suggestion! If I wasn't already here avoiding the polar apocalypse I'd be happy to bring a care package!
Manny's is a time machine to old Chicago.
My fiancée lives here and I'm trying to find a gig here as well, so my Chicago days may be numbered.
If there's an old school spot to try here I'm in for head-fi lunch.
post #223 of 431
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Outstanding suggestion! If I wasn't already here avoiding the polar apocalypse I'd be happy to bring a care package!
Manny's is a time machine to old Chicago.
My fiancée lives here and I'm trying to find a gig here as well, so my Chicago days may be numbered.
If there's an old school spot to try here I'm in for head-fi lunch.

Unfortunately, we fail in the old school dept around here... at least when it comes to Jew deli food.  Best place I know of is Wise Son's, but that's in SF... and they don't hold a candle to Manny's (in terms of quantity, quality and price).  Actually, another place I've been meaning to try since folks talk up the pastrami is called Refuge... and as luck would have it, it's pretty close to where the meet is.  I just haven't had it yet since it's a bit of a shlep from where I live, so I can't vouch for it personally... but people I trust do vouch for it.

post #224 of 431
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Originally Posted by attilahun View Post


Outstanding suggestion! If I wasn't already here avoiding the polar apocalypse I'd be happy to bring a care package!
Manny's is a time machine to old Chicago.
My fiancée lives here and I'm trying to find a gig here as well, so my Chicago days may be numbered.
If there's an old school spot to try here I'm in for head-fi lunch.

Unfortunately, we fail in the old school dept around here... at least when it comes to Jew deli food.  Best place I know of is Wise Son's, but that's in SF... and they don't hold a candle to Manny's (in terms of quantity, quality and price).  Actually, another place I've been meaning to try since folks talk up the pastrami is called Refuge... and as luck would have it, it's pretty close to where the meet is.  I just haven't had it yet since it's a bit of a shlep from where I live, so I can't vouch for it personally... but people I trust do vouch for it.

Refuge is a great place!:D

post #225 of 431
Definitely coming, just bringing my one good ear. ;-)
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