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Old 10th February 2014, 07:21 PM   #1
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Default Milwaukee Area Meetup April 12

For anyone that wants to meet and discuss audio related subjects I will be hosting the event on March 1st at 2pm, tenatively. If that is a bad time or date let me know and I'll try to reschedule. Bring tunes or hardware and your best ears. Snacks, soft and hard refreshments will be provided.
Please send an email to RSVP. I would like an idea of how many will attend.
Anyone in the Greater Milwaukee area is welcome.
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Old 10th February 2014, 07:42 PM   #2
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That makes 4 so far. DougL, YGM.
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Dave,
Thank you for the hospitality.
This was a great time.

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Dave, that was Big Fun. It's nice when we can just chat and listen, songs and albums all the way through, no wire swapping and listening to the same cut over and over.

Only downside is that I'm lusting after those Heil tweeters! And the blizzard for the drive home...

Can't thank you enough. Next month down at my place?

(oh, and nothing critical on the thumb drive, just bring it with you when you come down)
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Great to meet you guys! Glad you made it home safe, SY! Hopefully that 4:30AM post had nothing to do with the drive back Doug, you alive out there somewhere?

Here's a link to those recordings I talked about:
Tiny Desk Concerts : NPR
Alas, they do seem to be 128kbps MP3 as downloads, but if you get past that, they're very nice. Not sure if streaming them "in HD" is an improvement.
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Thanks to all, you are the ones that made everything enjoyable. Doug, the supertweeters we talked about are Fostex FT17h. Madisound carries them at around $50 each. Tim, the homebrew was great. Mine were never as clean and good tasting as yours. Stuart, the RLD was very good, I'm looking forward to the new amp. I'll bring the drive next time. Could one of you send the link to the XP virtual software so I cam migrate to it. Thanks.
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I posed the XP question to Mrs. Y; when she gets back to me, I'll pass it on.
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