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  1. Hi Arthur, The laser pointer is a key factor giving symmetry. Make sure the distances from back and side walls are also equal. The 45 deg angle may cause a 'hole in the middle' effect as you are seated at the 90 deg point. Try 60 + 60 +60 deg. Also try moving your seating position backwards and forwards to find a sweet spot. Height is also important, you may need a higher chair. True stereo creates a phantom 'image' typically between - and often in front of - the speaker. It's also possible to have sounds that seem to be outside the speakers. Focusing becomes more criti
  2. These may appear to be your standard floor-standing speakers, however they are 1338mm high and weigh 72kg each.
  3. Sunday 14th March 2021 saw the first Sydney Audio Club event since March 2020 when the Covid 19 pandemic started, and it was great to finally see fellow club members in person. This first meeting was an event which Bowers & Wilkins Australia graciously hosted, and rather than move a whole lot of equipment to Epping, we accepted their kind invitation to meet in their Sydney Headquarters in Chatswood where they also had their home theatre setup for demonstration. The B&W showroom has an extensive range of all their current audio products and also examples of their older speakers whic
  4. Sydney Audio Club Meeting - Sunday 11th April 2021 - David Corazza from Sound And Music AMPHION KRYPTON - AUSTRALIAN DEBUT PERREAUX 200iX - EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREVIEW *** IMPORTANT *** *** PLEASE READ COVID GUIDELINES AT THE END OF MESSAGE **** If you would like to attend as a guest of the Club , please email - president@sydneyaudioclub.org.au - to ensure we will not exceed the room numbers for the current Covid Guidelines. Dear members and friends of Sydney Audio Club, Our first Club Meeting back at Dence Park will be on Sunday April 11th. W
  5. January Meeting cancelled - the number of persons allowed in the venue means a club meeting is not viable.
  6. We were all set to restart meetings in January albeit with Covid restrictions (More about that below) Unfortunately some Sons of Beaches have put January, and possibly February, in doubt. We have organised a special B&W presentation, at their Sydney premises. (Pictures below) Due to Covid, numbers will be restricted, so we have decided to divide the group into two sessions. Also, this will be financial members only - sorry, no visitors. The bomb run sequence from "Unbroken" is worth the effort on it's own. Covid restrictions for regular meetings
  7. Club Meetings Update The committee feels that the current club venue restrictions make our regular meetings impractical. These are - 22 widely spaced people at a meeting No use of kitchen No close proximity discussion groups, even if informal. Understandably presenters are reluctant to attend under these conditions also. Two of us will be going to the venue for COVID safety procedure instruction, and we are making provisional bookings for 2021. However, the club's Special Interest Group events - SIGs - are possible, and if an official club event, covered by our i
  8. Following the Government Directive on keeping a safe distance between people in enclosed spaces, the Sydney Audio Club Inc. Committee has decided to cancel our public monthly meetings at Dence Park. This decision was actually made before the new advice as we are aware that many of our members are in an age bracket that is deemed to be more at risk. The next meeting by the team at Bowers & Wilkins has been postponed but they are looking forward to presenting to us when it is considered safe to meet again. All SIGs are also cancelled until further notice.
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