His soldering monks breathe new life into these objects d' art. His main soldering monk is an Italian named "Aldo". Some pieces are not just freshened up —some are totally transformed by Aldo.
I can hear you again, cut the crap Herb —just tell us how it sounds! I told you wouldn't believe me. Vu is also a regular new school up to date McLean, VA high-end dealer. The sound here was rich, highly textured and totally engaging. In addition to selling new and vintage gear, proprietor Vu Hoang has distinguished himself with a line of original gear that makes generous use of vintage parts, including loudspeaker drivers, tubes, transformers, capacitors, and even chassis, faceplates, knobs, and switches.
Nothing wrong with passive crossovers, they can be superb, but this one did not suit the system nor the room. Again, too bad. When you get to this level, nothing goes unnoticed.
A blessing and a curse, as Mr. Monk would say. Gary Gill had arranged a jazz concert for Saturday night in the big demo room on the left.
This was a real treat. After a full day of listening to jazz over speakers, here was the real thing. Leading the band was Nasar Abadey on drums. Nasar is a cool dude in person, but he can be hell on those drums! On bass we had James King , a soft-spoken fellow and wonderful bass player. I really enjoyed his solos. The electric piano paled beside the acoustic instruments. Saxophonist Antonio Parker was a little late getting to the gig, he got lost. Maybe he should have stopped to ask the nice lady on her porch!
It all worked out just fine and Antonio was worth the short wait — a great player with great tone. I used to blow alto sax, so it was a treat to hear someone as talented as Antonio up close. None other than Gary Gill, the event organizer. Nasar asked him to sit in on a couple of songs and Gary did a fine job. Everyone had a blast.
Both seemed to be trying to outdo each other. Up close these guys were loud! No one at the show was playing their system anywhere near this level. But it was never painfully loud, just very present. Real music, you know? Something to think about. Sunday morning brought more fun — a swap meet. Piles and piles of vintage audio gear everywhere. Amps, turntables, tunes, tubes and more. All at reasonable not eBay prices, too.
Gary Gill had hundreds, perhaps thousands of LPs for sale throughout the weekend. The proved very popular. These D. It was fun just seeing it all. A swap meet can be a real history lesson. I was conservative and only left with a handful of 12AU7 tubes. You can never have enough of those. Most of the folks I spoke to at the show felt the same way and were looking forward to doing it again next year. Kudus to Gary Gill, all his crew and the other folks who made this a unique and fun show.
Thanks for the fine reveiw and want you to know that round two is ready to go for July Very interesting review, nice pictures, fantastic location — intending to join it next time. Omsk railway station. Omsk Airport. Main article: List of people from Omsk. See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Russia. Federal State Statistics Service. Retrieved January 23, June 3, Retrieved January 19, Russian Post. Retrieved November 30, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. July 26, Archived from the original on December 10, Retrieved April 7, Retrieved February 1, Administrative divisions of Omsk Oblast.
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Ethnic group Population Percentage Russians. Another colorful option came from this purple Blue Hawaii Stax amp from Headamp. It was quite eye fetching from its predominate corner in the entry way.
Whether this particular shade is your preference or not, I found the shake up from the typical audiophile black and sliver tones quite welcome. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Skip to content Audio Events. August 7, May 29, AudioHead 0 Comments.
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