Looks like you got a lot of gear to me. Still got the Beyer T5p's? I just ordered T70p's.
I'll put in a bid for you for a table with Papa "Junior" John.
We'll both be here early.
Man... I'm late to the party.. This is just 9 miles from my house, but it's my wedding anniversary tomorrow, it's possible I won't makes it. If I can manage, I'll bring Bottlehead Crack, Schiit Lyr, LCD-2, ODAC, HD 600's. Nothing portable here, just luggables.
Matt - bring your Lyr tubes and I'll give'em a listen.
Well guys and girls, for a club event, Audio Video Club of Atlanta pulled off a great success with the help of some sterling Head-Fi members and sponsors.
We had over 50 people attend. We filled up 2 large rooms with some marvelous equipment and shared some fabulous listening experiences.
Thanks to all our sponsors and to the folks who attended.
More to come along with pictures of the event. Check back in later.
Back to the poor house for me, though. Bought a Beyerdynamic T70P this week and one of our sponsors, Audio Alternative, sold me a NAD HP50 that Tyl just listed on his Wall of Fame.
The wallet hurts but the ears are happy. That's what this marvelous hobby is all about, right?
Another fun meet. Thanks to all who helped organize this.
Oppo PM-1's are the real deal. Man, those guys hit a home run out of the gate. Sounded great out of the Lyr, MattTCG had Telefunkens in his Lyr, and I had his Aperex orange globes in my Lyr, the Oppo's were great on both amps. I finally got to hear an O2! The ALO international was a mind bender, sounded like a huge amp, but was pocket sized and running on batteries. It drove my LCD-2 like reference gear. Frank's Bottlehead Quickie once again was a mind-blowing in front of a Crack. I can't really explain it, but listening to HD-650's or my 600's with that combo is awesome.
Various pictures from the day:
Crack and Quickie:
Lots of conversation:
Some great portable stuff:
Rega CD player: