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  1. #61
    Join Date: Aug 2012

    Location: North

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    I'm Steve.


    So, how about some more pics?

  2. #62
    Join Date: Jun 2010

    Location: Liverpool

    Posts: 448
    I'm Geoff.


    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    I usually go to the Scalford show with three other friends (if one or more is not already showing), but this year, for a number of reasons, only one of my friends was free to visit the show with me. We still had a great time though and the 'amateur' demonstrators really put the 'professionals' to shame - well organised and super friendly and welcoming. In contrast the pros were their usual rather aloof and standoffish. It was a shame that some of the more extreme exhibitors were missing this year but there was still a lot to see and listen to.

    The two rooms using stand mount JBL's stood out for me and neither sounded at all vintage.

    ken (Qwin), I'm afraid your speaker experiment, although interesting, left me more bemused than convinced. Sorry - but it was interesting.

    The Linn demo and workshop were interesting.

    I took a photo in every room (I hope) and intend to do a write up if I have time.

    Being a busy bunny I also went to the Stylus Vinyl Show in Manchester (saw Marco there briefly - Hi ) - this was a really quiet show, a couple of interesting exhibits.

    Thanks for the JBL feedback. We had a very positive response and at one time, had people on chairs, the floor and the sides of the room and every single one was a repeat visitor! By this time the orange grilles had left the room!

    Please introduce yourself next time; it's nice to put a name and face to a username.
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  3. #63
    Join Date: Aug 2008

    Location: North West UK

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    I'm David.


    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That's why we (as AoS) stopped exhibiting. It's fun for a bit, but if you've got a room (and kit) to look after, you certainly don't get the chance to go round and enjoy the rest of the show properly.

    Maybe you should find another venue ? There used to be a yearly group meet north but that was mostly DIY based systems and certainly no Trade demos. Does not need to be huge and time it at the other end of the year. An AOS Show.

  4. #64
    Join Date: Jan 2008

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    I'm AudioAl'sArbiterForPISHANTO.


    Hi David,

    Yes, we (the mods and members) have discussed that idea on many occasions, but it takes a lot of time and organising to do it right, which unfortunately most of us don't have.

    Maybe one day?

    Anyway, hope you are keeping well. The project you discussed on another thread sounds very interesting!

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