Thanks for the invite Rich, I'm interested. Id rather car share as its a long way away, so calling on Midlands posse?
Mmmm a memorable experience I hope LOLLast time Ken and I shared a twin room.
Anyway yes i will come and bring some analogue stuff , look forward to it Richy thanks for organizing :eyebrows
Mick yes young blood sounds good though you may have to tie him up
Turntable - Garrard 401/Jelco 750L/Ortofon Kontrapunkt B, Pioneer PLC 590, SME 3009/2 , Denon DL103R - DIY Paradise Phono stage - Reel 2 Reel Studer A810, Otari MX55,Tascam BR20 - Digital HTPC / Young Dac - Preamp - DIY B4, 821, Power Amp's DIY Voyager Mono Block, Speakers Tannoy precision 6.4 / Wilmslow Kit Volt BM220.8 / Scanspeak D2905/9500
Hi Rich just read your pm and hopefully I will be there about 12. I will bring along my new Jez Arkless phono stage and some nice slabs of wax. Thanks for making this happen and for keeping the north east bake off ticking over well done young man
HEGEL H100 integrated amp
REGA rp6/exact cart
REGA Apollo r CD
NEAT ELITE SE loudspeakers
BERESFORD bushmaster mk2 dac
Powered by a DEBEN tracer battery
Mc5000 klotz ms audio cables(cheers Brian).
REGA couple 2 ics
JEZ ARKLESS phono stage
RUSS ANDREWS powermax mains cables
ISOTEK POLARIS mains block
ATLAS Speaker cables
CREEK OBH21 SE head amp
BRIANS silver hybrid ics
Bit late to this, can I get an invite too please Rich and also offer the services of me and my van for any larger loads - speaker cabs, big amps, fat blokes from Hartlepool and the surrounding area.
We are the love we leave behind us.
Ok, so that's all the PM's sent so far.
From the responses I've had it looks as if we're again expecting a great turn out and some world class kit!
A trend I've noticed for the last few though is that as things wind down later on and people go we seem to run low on speaker choices with my RS5 having brought up the rear to see out the night.
Would be great if any of the local guys who'll be there for duration brought a pair of speakers just to give us a few more options for the late session. (my favourite part of the whole do if I'm honest). The late session is traditionally where the old meets the new, the cheap meets the expensive and some fascinating stuff gets played. (looking round to see the lads in pain as we went from Interstellar Overdrive to Jim Reeves to Jethro Tull to Gary Numan the last time was a treat).
Location: County Durham
Looking forward to this years mate, top man for keeping it going