SYDNEY AUDIO CLUB CELEBRATES 10 YEARS
Audio clubs and societies around the world are a great place to mix with like-minded enthusiasts who understand our passion and interest in all things music and HiFi.
While the largest, The Los Angeles and Orange County Audio Society who are celebrating their 24th year this year and boast over 2,100 active members, it’s our own local clubs that deserve our support.
The Sydney Audio Club was established in 2007 to meet the needs of music lovers in NSW for a society focused on sharing the enjoyment of music reproduced through high quality audio equipment.
Our members include people from all walks of life, of different ages and backgrounds and with widely diverse musical interests. The values and principles on which the club was founded ensure that a welcoming, respectful, and appreciative culture pervades our Club functions.
With regular monthly meetings, guests from the industry presenting talks and product demonstrations, the $60 annual membership ($50 per year for subsequent years) is a small investment for the knowledge you’ll gain and the friendships that will be made.
To celebrate the club’s 10th anniversary they’re holding a Birthday Party from 1:00PM on Sunday 9th July 2017.
The festivities will take place at the club’s usual venue at the Epping Creative Centre, Dence Park - 26 Stanley Road, Epping.
There’s free entry for club members, but all guests are welcome for an affordable $5.00 entry fee which covers a BBQ and drinks.
Tom Waters, Sydney Audio Club President told StereoNET:
There will also be a free raffle and some RockWiz style track guessing, just for fun! We’ll also follow the party and meeting with some great audio gear and a presentation, this time from Henry Chen of Redefy Audio.
StereoNET will also be in attendance to help celebrate ten great years of the Sydney Audio Club.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.
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