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Old 30th April 2010, 02:52 PM   #1
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Is anyone going to the Lone Star Audio Fest over the May 14th weekend? I'll have several speaker projects designed and built by high school physics students there- all of which met a +-2 dB criteria from 200-20K.
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Old 30th April 2010, 03:24 PM   #2
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I believe forum member udailey is going to show his Lighter Note LDR-based attenuator. He told me about it this week but it falls on my wedding anniversary, so no go for me. Wife is expecting dinner and a movie, not an audio fest!

Hope to see you and your students next year! I hope they had fun with their projects.
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Absolutely. Some unusual DIY friendly exhibitors:

www.lonestaraudiofest.com/

I even sent Texas Monthly magazine notice and an invitation.
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Yep, I'll be there with rings on my fingers and bells on my toes.
Will have this crazy thing in my room.
My LSAF rig

Really looking forward to hearing all the cool stuff in Dallas. See y'all there!
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I'll be there on Saturday with my usual (metaphorical) chainsaw.
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Now SY, be nice. Some of us are just there for fun.

If you happen to drag along a nice little Côte de Brouilly (my old stomping grounds), things might be even more fun.
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Don't think I have any Brouilly, but I've got a vieilles vignes Beaulolais from near Charnay that will buckle your knees. So that's at least something from the old 'hood.
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Absolutely. Some unusual DIY friendly exhibitors:

Lone Star Audio Fest

I even sent Texas Monthly magazine notice and an invitation.
LSAF has generally been mostly DIY. Only a few of exhibitors actually do audio as a day job. I'll be there the whole time.

John

P.S. And if you have time, be sure to catch this photographic exhibition by a longtime dedicated Dallas audio DIYer:

http://frontrow.dmagazine.com/2010/0...ost-landscape/

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I've got a vieilles vignes Beaulolais from near Charnay that will buckle your knees.
Hmmm.... Big talk for a Beaujolais. Bring it on! I'll cue up Dino singing "Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me" on the Altecs.
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J-P Brun is an exceptional vigneron. The wines are hors classe.
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