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UK 2012 Head-Fi Meet - September 15th Cambridgeshire.

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  1. smial1966
    If you book a room?!?

    No iffy wiffy do it soon Smithy, book the Travelodge and let's organise a post meet dinner.

    Cheers,

    Andy.


     
  2. Mattyhew
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    Are we younguns welcome? or you all going to be talking about "the good old days" :p
     
    Just kidding, id be well up for some post event feastings :)
     
  3. JoetheArachnid
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    I figured that since this is the internet I would excercise my right to exaggerate wildly. [​IMG]
    Point is, you've been exceptionally generous and I think that's bloody impressive on top of all the organisation you've been doing.
     
  4. OK-Guy
    +1
     
  5. David1961
    I'm debating what to do but supposing I was to bring my Headphones + Amp + Source to this event, I'm guessing I'd also have to bring some of my CD's ?
     
  6. julianbell92
    Does anyone know if there are any UK head-fiers with Sennheiser HE90/HEV90s that might like to come along to the meet?
     
  7. jr41
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    Ha ha. It's somewhat dependent on funds; I'm on me hols the week before the meet, so the coffers are under strain - to the point of micro management in fact!
     
    Even if I don't book somewhere to stay I'll stick around for the evening social as I wouldn't want to miss that.
     
  8. jr41
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    Yeah, you'll need to bring some music along if you want to give an effective demo of your gear [​IMG]
     
  9. smial1966
    Mattyhew,
     
    Post meet us hoary oldies will be supping our warm real ale and bemoaning the demise of MONO recordings - STEREO is just so wrong and sounds awful.  
     
    [​IMG]
     
    Cheers,
     
    Andy.
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  10. OK-Guy
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    get a pair of mono-blocks... that's you sorted, thank me later  [​IMG]
     
  11. smial1966
    jr41,
     
    I'll shout you a beverage or two at the meal so don't worry about drinks. Have you considered camping as a low cost alternative to the Travelodge?
     
    Cheers,
     
    Andy.
     
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  12. OK-Guy
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    you could always go camping-lite if you're on a micro-budget... bus shelter & newspapers [​IMG]
     
  13. smial1966
    JoetheArachnid,
     
    Thank you kindly! 
     
    It's actually been fun contacting audio companies and seeing who agrees to send gear to demo at the meet. Plus it'll be nice to raise a few quid for charity.
     
    Cheers,
     
    Andy.
     
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  14. jr41
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    I don't mind a bit of camping but I'm not sure my wooden cupped Grado's will fair well if it's damp! That's a kind offer, thanks; I just need to exercise a little frugality (something no head-fi'er gets enough practice in!) and hotels, etc. shouldn't be a problem.
     
  15. smial1966
    jr41,
     
    A coat or two of Cuprinol or Ronseal and your woodies will withstand the worst vestiges of the British weather! 
     
    Cheers,
     
    Andy.
     
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