Count me in of course. Bob Spence and I staid at the hotel next door for a much better rate. I may even donate a turntable/phono stage, unless space is a problem. New Home Page photo is me speaker hugging one of Fred's masterpieces! The Selah. Ò¿Ò jim...
--- In email@example.com, "Fred" <fredaudio@h...> wrote:
> Linda and I will host a "Show & Tell" room at this year's GPAF on May
> 5,6,& 7. That's like a "DIY" room, except it's not limited to DIY
> equipment. Everything is welcome, including tube, solid state, DIY,
> built-from-a-kit, store bought, gainclones, Tripath, etc. You just
> show up with your favorite audio component so everybody else can hear
> its glorious sound. We'll provide a basic system including equipment
> rack, power conditioner, CD player, DAC, preamp, amp, cables, and a
> pair of high efficiency (98dB)speakers. Sorry, no vinyl.
> The GPAF is very small by audio show standards, and it's focus is on
> non-mainstream audio equipment. Its Tulsa location doesn't draw nearly
> the number of visitors as other shows, but that's a big advantage to
> visitors who want to hear the equipment with minumum distractions.
> Visitors from the DFW area usually plan to stay overnight Saturday and
> join the exhibitors Saturday evening for an informal and inexpensive
> dinner at a local restaurant. Rooms at the Embassy suites are a bit
> dear ($100+), but last year Thatch and others got rooms at nearby
> hotels for about half that amount. So you're all invited to join us
> with your favorite CD's and your favorite pieces of gear.
> Link to the GPAF web site: http://www.greatplainsaudiofest.com/