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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgarrish View Post
    PMs with address sent. No-one appears to be bringing any kit so phono or pre-amp very welcome. Speakers if you are feeling brave!
    i'll bring my Turntable and an amp if you want, could also bring my Bose 305's if anyone wants to relive HMV shops of circa 1986


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
    "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken!!"

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    Sounds good.
    SBT/Chromecast/TEAC T1 into TEAC D-T1 DAC or olde-worlde Rega Planar 2 controlled by Rotel RC850 into HH S500D or DACT Passive Pre into Mullard 5-20 monos. Then into Tannoy Cheviots and a Wharfdale sub. All connected by colourful cables.

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    Thanks to everyone for coming. Some cracking food, good to chat to folks known and new and some new music to try. The sl1210 vs Aiwa vs Rega was interesting. More drive and detail from the techie, deeper but less controlled bass from the Aiwa and less drive, and the rega in the middle for me.
    SBT/Chromecast/TEAC T1 into TEAC D-T1 DAC or olde-worlde Rega Planar 2 controlled by Rotel RC850 into HH S500D or DACT Passive Pre into Mullard 5-20 monos. Then into Tannoy Cheviots and a Wharfdale sub. All connected by colourful cables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgarrish View Post
    Thanks to everyone for coming. Some cracking food, good to chat to folks known and new and some new music to try. The sl1210 vs Aiwa vs Rega was interesting. More drive and detail from the techie, deeper but less controlled bass from the Aiwa and less drive, and the rega in the middle for me.
    Very enjoyable afternoon for me thanks Paul, top hopitality from your self and Sarah, great to meet a few new faces and hear some lovely kit (the tannoys especially) Il post a few pics up tomorrow and some more comments. Cheers again mate.
    SL1210
    Jelco SA-750 & AT150 MLX,
    Firebottle phono stage,
    Jungson JA-88 amp,
    JBL L40 Speakers.
    M2tech Young dac .

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    Cracking day Paul, Sarah and yourself were perfect hosts, some really good tunes and some very nice kit, i particularly loved how effortless the two mono blocks valve amps drove those big Tannoys.


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
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    NEBO 8 - Sat 6th May 2017, St George Hotel, Durham Tees Valley Airport. 10am til late.

    See here for details: http://theartofsound.net/forum/showt...Airport/page20

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    The addition of the cat was a revelation in the performance of the Aiwa deck....


    SBT/Chromecast/TEAC T1 into TEAC D-T1 DAC or olde-worlde Rega Planar 2 controlled by Rotel RC850 into HH S500D or DACT Passive Pre into Mullard 5-20 monos. Then into Tannoy Cheviots and a Wharfdale sub. All connected by colourful cables.

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    Nice one, Paul. Pork pies look epic!

    Shame I had to pull out, as it looks like you guys had a good time. Did Dom and Nat turn up? If so, did they bring any kit with them?

    Nat would've been all over your cat like a rash, as she loves them, as do I

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    No Dom and Nat - both ill
    SBT/Chromecast/TEAC T1 into TEAC D-T1 DAC or olde-worlde Rega Planar 2 controlled by Rotel RC850 into HH S500D or DACT Passive Pre into Mullard 5-20 monos. Then into Tannoy Cheviots and a Wharfdale sub. All connected by colourful cables.

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgarrish View Post


    The addition of the cat was a revelation in the performance of the Aiwa deck....


    Any cat owner can testify to the beneficial room treatment effect they provide. Although I can see that in this example the feline is also demonstrating how it can absorb unwanted vibration which may transfer to the deck. The cat collects these in a special pouch in its throat and releases them as soft purrs which are pleasing to the human ear.
    NEBO 8 - Sat 6th May 2017, St George Hotel, Durham Tees Valley Airport. 10am til late.

    See here for details: http://theartofsound.net/forum/showt...Airport/page20

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