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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    Iíve just visited the venue where one system is already in place and a second is being constructed - the sound is excellent .
    Great stuff!

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    Hope you have a great day - shame it is so far away for me as I would have loved to join you.
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    Have a brilliant day guys

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    Shall I bring my TT or have you got enough gear?

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    Just got back from having a great day.

    A huge huge thanks to the organisers for putting this venue on.

    It was great meeting everyone and putting faces to names. All the systems sounded excellent, I could of lived with any of them. It was good to see a few twists and different approaches on the Yamaha NS 1000's it just shows how inventive/creative people are and how versatile the Yamahas are. I loved the Quad set up as well, the clarity was sublime.

    Again a huge thanks to the venue owner and the organisers, without you guys this would not of happened. I look forward to the next one.

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    Some pictures here:

    http://www.audioflat.co.uk/phpBB3/vi...p=16125#p16125

    A massive thank you to my friends Si and Paul for the organisation of this event and to all of those who went to so much trouble to bring their equipment - absolute stars, every one of you .
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    lots of gear... nice pub by look of it. pity i dont drink no more, or i could have enjoyed getting pissed there
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    More Pics below.

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    Good pics!

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    Would just like to say a massive thanks to the organisers and all who turned up!
    Heard some great systems and met some really nice people so all in all a great way to spend the day.

    Bummer I forgot the cd player for the PI to show folks how good it sounds - always next year

    Also the venue was easy to get to and was pretty good - good choice
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