Pictures. Dan Meinwald of E.A.R. USA, whom Frank I and I were trying to persuade (using Frank Cooter's and the Schiit Rygg, HD-800s and HE-1000s) that headphone listening can be enjoyable. There was a steady flow of people into the rooms. The Schiit tables. Wells Audio had some serious gear on hand. Iron Dreamer was standing in for Justin at the HeadAmp table, while Justin works on finishing the BHSE batch. Erik Skubinkski was on hand to demonstrate the Abyss. The Enigma Acoustics amp. Uncle Wilson of Jaben came, demonstrating a battery pack for the Calyx M and Spinfit tips, which many people have been wanting to buy. Audeze had a lovely Audiovalve amp for their demos. Frank I and John Franks, whom, alongside Rob Watts and other members of staff all came to talk with us about the Hugo and more. Astell&Kern had their 1 terabyte player on display. Grace not only had their famous DAC/amps on display, but one had a neat headphone stand built in. The registration table, which a fantastic team of volunteers kept running from 6am when people began to set up. Ken Ball of ALO Audio and Vinnie Rossie were both there. Ken had a number of new amps on display and Vinnie his new modular creation... Which is packed with super capacitors for power storage and an amazing number of module options, so you can configure an entire system-in-a-box. The Pavilion. Pendulumic were there with their great value BT headphones. JDS Labs, that needs no introduction. Rob Watts getting his ears scanned at the UE table. UE were giving away free digital ear impressions to anyone who posted on social media about it. As well as their amazing custom IEM designs, Noble Audio had a Bluetooth audio transmitter as well as, unexpectedly, a pair of prototype studio monitors. More to come!