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Tom,Randy (rklein) bought Dan's show model so I will be picking it up and bringing it home. I will listen to it before giving to Randy (payback is a b***, he's had my Bent TAP and cables for close to a year). I am also getting Vinnie's mod 3 (likely after Axpona) so the fun will begin.
I'll look out for a Mr Esseguie. Hope we have a great show at the new venue.
dburna,Will you have a name tag with that moniker? I hope to see some AC people too. I'll be wearing a press pass with my real name. Cheers,Paul Mah
Yes there will be name tags. Here's hoping folks put their AC names on theirs. Hope to see many of y'all there. Will be up for hanging out Friday night. But I am out on Saturday night. I have tickets to see 2 concerts that night!
Depending on what type of concerts, you mgiht consider hearing protection using the ETY's. They're nice as they reduce the volume -12dB which is nice for rock concerts but you don't loose the experience. Oh, and they're cost effective. Love,mom
Don't worry mom, I have a custom pair of plugs from Sensaphonics, AND I keep a backup pair of Etys on my keychain. Concerts are Horse Feathers and Black Lips.
AJ,Which speakers do you plan on showing at Axpona? Enjoyed your newer floor standers at Cap Audio Fest last year, but only had enough time for a short listen.
For audio show newbies:Since this is a new venue for the show we don't know anything about the flow of the show (i.e bottlenecks at elevators, etc). However, given that lack of information, for those of you new to audio shows I'd recommend spending the first 25% of you available time (which means for one day show goers you need to fly through this step in a couple hours) going to the top floor of the show, stopping into several rooms on each floor for a very short time, then use the stairs at the end of the hall to go down one floor and do the same...until you exhaust the floors (usually 3-4 floors). Then do the same in the ballrooms on the main floor. I mention starting at the top and using stairs cuz usually the elevator situation is a huge time waster, and the end stairs are lightly used.Then once you are able to scope out the entire show, go back to your faves, again starting from the top (or the first audio floor of the set). The last thing you want to have happen is to first go and find you favorite room, spend 3 hours in there and then realize now you have no chance to spend any quality time with the other rooms, and never realized "XYZ is here and I didn't know it".Also, if you are there more than one day and find a room you were hoping would sound good...sound bad...go back the following day. Often these rooms don't get tweaked in until day 2 or 3 (unfortunately). But, many rooms sound awful for the whole show, so don't be expecting sonic nirvana. I personally attend these shows to touch the equipment, meet the mfg'ers and re-acquaint myself with the forum folks I've become friends with. If I hear great sound its an added plus.
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