Went in and had a listen to some horrid dirge, wife thought she was in an old persons home and felt like slitting her throat! Brought a CD but they could only stream grrrrr. Eventually they found some music we liked but tbh it sounded pretty average.View attachment 19274
Another view of those horns. Voodoo Chile was good on these! Although I felt the bass was not quite deep enough, but that may have been my positioning.
The rep here said that a neighbour in Wales had them in a field and you could hear them for a long way - a new twist on 'near field' listening?
I did love these very impractical (for me) horns, though:
G-spot audio oops, sorry, G-Point Audio.
Tony and Ed's room was a delight. To see what could be achieved with the equipment they used was eye-opening. So glad they made the journey from Mull to Harrogate. And, of course, great guys to meet and talk to.
I was keen on one of the Hendrix pics. My son made sure that common sense prevailed as he said that his mother had made him promise he would ensure I didn’t buy anythingAnd I was stupid enough to buy one of the Pink Floyd photos. If anyone mentions money to Mrs H I am a dead man.
Thanks for the kind words Chris - glad you enjoyed the room, and it was great to meet you. No doubt see you there next year!Tony and Ed's room was a delight. To see what could be achieved with the equipment they used was eye-opening. So glad they made the journey from Mull to Harrogate. And, of course, great guys to meet and talk to.
The John Lee Hooker with Carlos Santana was quite special.
Here's the list of equipment: