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  1. Hi guys, The Apex pre-dated the bullets, so no, no bullets. I've attached the photo from the 6Moons review... my cables are identical. However, you can barely make out the blue light, and the power connector isn't visible. Mine definitely have the power connector and MPC (mini power coupler). Cheers, Tom
  2. Hi Graham, Thanks, I think you'll enjoy it. I'll be in touch with a PM. Cheers Tom
  3. Item: Synergistic Research Apex speaker cables, 2.5 m, terminated with spades, includes mini power coupler Location: Sydney Price: $1500 ONO $1700 ONO $5000 new Item Condition: 8/10 Reason for selling: Replaced with different cables better suited to my system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Direct deposit Extra Info: Refer to review and photos at http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/synergistic/tesla_2.html Pictures: none
  4. Item: Wireworld Platinum Starlight USB, 1.5m, type A to B Location: Sydney Price: $400 ONO (>$1000 RRP) Item Condition: 10/10 Reason for selling: Not using, now use ethernet Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD, direct deposit Extra Info: Original packaging including aluminum container. Not a series 7 cable. SN: PSB1.5M #05284 Pictures:
  5. Item: AudioQuest WEL Signature interconnects, XLR, 1m Location: North shore, Sydney Price: $2100 ONO $2500 ONO ... $3000 ONO (over $9K new RRP) Item Condition: 9/10 Reason for selling: Not using in my system. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, direct deposit Extra Info: Excellent condition, has 72V online DBS connectors, about 8-9 years old although not used for last 2-3 years. Original packaging. (See pic below) Refer to: http://www.audioquest.com/reference-series/wel-signature
  6. Our last club meeting for the calendar year yielded a wonderful day with lots of great food, great music, a superb system, great company and fun. A good way to end the year! Our BBQ started at 1:00 but was really ramping up to full steam by around 1:30 – we had many people that were enjoying the best value BBQ in town – sausages, buns, cooked onions, salads, nibbles, chips, nuts, beer, wine, soft drinks – all for only $5.00 per person. No, the club doesn’t make money, but that isn’t the point or the purpose. The purpose is to bring people together for an enjoyable day. We wrapped up our BBQ just after 2:00 and everyone converged into the hall. We then had our AGM, as we usually do at our November club meeting. This was a short affair whereby George dissolved the committee and then read out all the nominations for the Committee roles. All were voted in one by one. Our bank financial statement for the year ending June 30th 2017 was also approved. For the record, the Committee has Andrew Baldwin (no official title), David Minarik as our Public Officer, George Davidson as Vice- President, Keith Morris as Treasurer, Stephanos Eliades as Secretary, Steven Polley as Events Coordinator and me Tom Waters as President. We are also ably supported by Paul Bryant who looks after our Facebook site, and Ray Eade who looks after our website. Our presenter, Cameron Pope of Krispy Audio, was then introduced (not that he really needed it as everyone knows him!), and got the floor around 2:15. Cameron explained the system components, divulged the pricing when people asked, and then played us some music. Cameron brought in another great system – this time based on the imaginative Oswald Mills Audio speakers from Pennsylvania USA. These were fairly tall speakers with bass cabinets made out of bamboo (see photos below). They are very unusual bespoke speakers that exude quality and uniqueness. They mated quite well with our room – we can experience bass issues in our room, but such issues didn’t surface with these speakers much to our surprise and joy. All the components were top-notch (and quite expensive!) and the result was very good sound. I did a head count when our meeting opened – we had 52 people which is a gratifying outcome. We had quite a few guests as well, and two new members were introduced to the audience. Thanks all for your continued support..!! Here is some feedback lifted from our Feedback forms. Note that the speakers and the Esoteric SACD/CD player were quite expensive, which was reflected in some of the comments: "Good effort. Thank you." "Thank you for end of year BBQ and social." "Horns had a very pleasant sound. Need more bass." "Lovely system. Pity about the price. Thanks Cameron." "Thanks for another enjoyable get together. Liked system very much. Very well matched." "Good balance for the room." "Beer, sausages and salad good. System expensive." "Good way to finish off this year." "The system was good." "Very friendly and enjoyable meeting." "Great looking system." See photos below....
  7. Our November club meeting is the last Sydney Audio Club for the calendar year. (We’ll be back January 21st 2018!) For November, we are very pleased to have Cameron Pope of Krispy Audio (http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/pages/About-Us.html) present. Cameron has presented to the Sydney Audio Club a few times before, each time bringing in something different and very musical. This time Cameron is bringing in another superb system based on the unusual and stylistic looking Oswald Mills Audio speakers and the Esoteric Grandioso K1 SACD/CD player. Details of the system…. Oswalds Mill Audio Minis. From Eastern Pennsylvania USA – a good read at the OMA story. Taken from Oswald Mill’s website… “The OMA Mini is a unique two way horn based speaker with the performance of speakers much larger. The OMA Mini enclosure is a 14 cube, and the speaker stands 57". More info at http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/products/Oswalds-Mill-Audo-Mini-.html and https://oswaldsmillaudio.com/mini Esoteric Grandioso K1 SACD player. Taken from Esoteric’s website… “The supreme Super Audio CD player reigning over all other single chassis models”. Features … VRDS-NEO VMK-3.5-20S; VS-DD* Spindle Servo Driver and Proprietary Toroidal Power Supply; Newly Designed Integrated Dual Monaural D/A Converters for the Ultimate in Quality; 35-bit D/A Processing for Outstanding Powers of Musical Expression; Esoteric-HCLD*1: Esoteric's Proprietary Current-Enhancing Output Buffer Circuit; USB Support for 11.2 MHz DSD, 384 kHz/32-bit PCM, and Asynchronous Transmission; High-Precision VCXO Clock. More info at http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/products/Esoteric-K1-Grandioso-SACD-player.html and http://www.esoteric.jp/products/esoteric/k1/indexe.html Bespoke Audio passive preamplifier. Taken from a review at MonoAndStereo … “The Bespoke Audio Company’s first product, their TVC based passive preamplifier, shows in a striking manner what can be achieved with this approach - in the ultimate sense. The sound it produces illuminates the depths of every recording that crosses its path, removing all veils and adding no sonic imprint whatsoever. Add to that the extremely elegant visual aesthetics, a variety of available custom finishes, aided by the top notch build quality and a first rate customer support and you get a product that in my opinion deserves to join the elite company of Mono & Stereo Upper Echelon award.” More info at http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/products/The-Bespoke-Audio-Co.-Preamplifier.html, http://www.monoandstereo.com/2015/05/the-bespoke-audio-company-preamplifier.html and http://www.thebespokeaudiocompany.com/) Manley Labs Neo-Classic 300B amplifier. Recently underwent 6 months of intensive re-engineering. Now ships with the Electro-Harmonix Russian 300B tubes. More info at http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/products/Manley-Neo%2dClassic-SE{47}PP-300B-monoblock-amplifiers.html and http://www.manley.com/products/view/nsepp Shunyata Research cabling. More info at http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/categories/Cables/ and http://shunyata.com The second half of the music sessions will be our popular BYO. Members and guests are welcome to offer music to share with us all. So bring along your favourite music on CD/SACD (sorry, no vinyl again this month!). All we ask is that the music and recordings be interesting. We'll ask you to tell us a little about the artist/recording before it is played. Tracks over 6 minutes will be faded out, to give everyone a fair go. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and share your experiences with others. Feel free to come and hear the capabilities of the system, or to just share the experience with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Guests are welcome – we are a very friendly club so you don't need to know anyone to join us for an afternoon of fine music and sound. Venue: Epping Creative Centre, Dence Park Address: 26 Stanley Road, Epping When: Sunday 19th November 2017 Doors open 1pm Meeting starts at 2pm Best regards, Tom Waters President Sydney Audio Club W: www.sydneyaudioclub.org.au FB: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyaudioclub E: [email protected]
  8. And thank you David for the opportunity for the club to meet Tom, see Trinnov in action, and of course, to hear the mighty Meridian 8000 SE active speakers. The John Mayer track "Gravity" had huge impact - very impressive!
  9. Our October club meeting was another educational, fun and well attended meeting. Cameron Keating arrived from Melbourne on Sunday morning – ready to go. He drove throughout the night only stopping for fuel, food and a bit of sleep. His dedication to the industry and club is quite amazing, and fully recognized and appreciated by the club. Cameron presented the very new Avantgarde Acoustic UNO XD speakers plus lots of great gear from Lab 12 in Greece. The Lab 12 isn’t super expensive, but it is super impressive. The pre and power were open and transparent with tonality that was very good. The SQ was quite surprizing at the price point. The tubed power amp was $3700 and the pre a bit less at $2430. You could spend a lot more elsewhere and not get the same level of quality. (And they look great to boot.) The UNO XD speakers were quite new and not fully run-in, so they did exhibit a bit of hardness in the mids and tightness in the bass, and the highs didn’t have the “air” that they would normally exhibit. They told you all about the poorly recorded music (think "Queen"!) – and there’s lots of that unfortunately. With more hours they’d really open up more but you could already sense the potential. And as the afternoon progressed, they sounded better and better. They start at $35,000. The Innuos music server and AMR DAC proved to be excellent as well. Innuos was a new name to many on the day, but they walked away with another strong contender in mind when they go shopping for a new music server. Price wise, it starts at $8900. And AMR can’t seem to put a foot wrong - this is an superbly musical DAC at $8000. Our Member Music Session was presented by Jim Faulkner. Jim lives in Canberra, but manages to come up for most club meetings! He presented 8 tracks of lute compared to guitar, and piano forte compared to a modern piano. Music was by Bach and Satie. Jim’s knowledge of the music and instruments was excellent, and he was very effective in explaining it all to the audience. I mentioned to him afterwards that I’d really like to see him present again. After our break we had our usual BYO music session. Once again, it was a love it or hate it affair (!). Some people loved Classical, others loved the Rock/Pop whilst others the electronica. There’s no pleasing everyone. Nevertheless, the music scored pretty high overall so it seems it was all good in the end. Here’s some feedback from the Feedback Forms… “Speakers are excellent - they really showed up the good (and the bad) recordings.” “One of the best speakers I've heard here. Very fast and open.” “Some harshness, not sure where it came from. “ “Excellent and interesting equipment.” “Appreciated the opportunity to hear these horns with such fine ancillaries - found the speakers increasingly satisfying.” “Quite good horn speakers. Top quality sonically.” “Loved it. Perfect?… no, but musical, rhythmic and involving.” “Equipment out of my price range. But very interesting horns.” “Horns lacked balance. Insufficient bass, mids too strident, highs lacked air and extension.” “Another great meeting. Loved hearing the horns. Equipment looked stunning." “Excellent effort to bring in this system. An eye opener indeed. Affordable tube components from Greece.” “Another enjoyable meeting. Speakers were very clear and fast, beautiful looking.” “It took a while to "warm to them" but I enjoyed the speakers a lot.” “Spiffy looking speakers. With only a few hours on them, they obviously needed more time to "run in" -- bass was a bit tight, mids were a bit hard at times, and the highs were a bit soft. They didn't tolerate bad recordings well. But once broken in, I bet they'd really be great!” Thanks Cameron. Photos to follow…
  10. For our October club meeting we’re very pleased to have Cameron Keating of MAXMEDIA present the Avantgarde Acoustic UNO XD. Cameron has previously presented the Zero 1 XD active speakers. He’s back to present lots of superb new products… the Avantgarde Acoustic UNO XD horn speakers, Lab 12 pre and power, the Innuos Zenith SE media Server and the AMR 777 SE DAC. The featured system on the day will be: Avantgarde Acoustic Uno XD. From the MaxMedia website… “The UNO XD Series is a scaled–down version of the classical DUO system. By employing smaller 10 inch bass drivers and by integrating the horns as part of the speaker body, we managed to reduce the cabinet structure considerably. The objective was to accomplish the clarity and power of its “bigger“ brother in a significantly reduced enclosure. The 500mm spherical midrange horn covers a wide bandwidth down to 300 hz. The active subwoofer SUB225 XD Series supplements the balance between spherical horn performance and low frequency reproduction. It is actuated by two 10 inch long– excursion drivers powered by a 1000 Watt amplifier.” More info at: http://www.maxmedia.com.au/www.maxmedia.com.au/Uno_XD.html, https://www.avantgarde-acoustic.de/en/products/uno-series/uno-xd.html, https://stereo-magazine.com/archive/archiv/artikel/2016/7/017-floorstanding-speaker, http://www.enjoythemusic.com/HIGH_END_2016/Avantarde_Acoustics/ Lab12 Suono Power Amp. From the 6moons website (Url below)… “…the Suono amp, simply means sound. And that's in Italian, not Greek. It's a stripped-back very essential meaning. On looks too it avoids the overbuilt template of thermionic temple worship. It's far more basic and simple. This continues with quite practical specs. It's a SET if those letters signify single-ended tube. Whilst it can be run in triode mode with the flick of a switch, its KT150 power tube really isn't a triode at all. It's a high-power kinkless tetrode in the KT88 family. Hence the option to run the Suono in native or ultralinear mode. Now it delivers a full 25wpc.” More info at: http://www.maxmedia.com.au/www.maxmedia.com.au/LAB12.html http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews2/lab12/1.html Lab12 Pre1 Preamplifier. From the HiFi Pig website (Url below)… “Internally Lab 12 uses a matched pair of E88CC valves along with a solid state power supply with four separate regulation stages for each channel. The pre1 is fully dual mono and uses the company’s trademarked “Fine Symmetry” in every part of the circuit. MKP audio grade capacitors and resistors are used and are selected to be accurate to 0.1%.“ More info at: http://www.maxmedia.com.au/www.maxmedia.com.au/LAB12.html http://hifipig.com/lab-12-pre-1-valve-preamplifier/ Innuos Zenith SE Media Server. From the Innuos website (Url below)… “The Zenith SE picks up the trademark PRaT (Pace, Rhythm and Timing) and neutrality of the Zenith and raises it to an entirely new level. To achieve this, we focused on 3 areas: Power Supply, Vibration and EMI Shielding...” More info at: http://www.maxmedia.com.au/www.maxmedia.com.au/Innuos_ZENITH_SE.html http://innuos.com/en/catalog/go/zenith-se-mk2-std AMR 777 SE DAC. From the 6moons website (Url below)… “…AMR's lucky number seven is a dual-mono single-ended affair with two separate DACs plus a valved output stage to seal the deal with a harmonically rich finish. Tubes make the unit flexible to some extent. Throw in selectable conversion methods. Physically, the DP-777SE is on the bigger side, measuring 45 x 37 x 12cm WxDxH and weighing 11.5kg. Frequency response is 20Hz–20kHz, A-weighted S/NR is >100 dB, THD+N is <0.3%. Dynamic range and channel separation are the same >90dB. Finish is black or silver and switchable 115/230V AC makes for one universal model. Power consumption in standby is below 1 watts and below 60 watts in operation. The build is tank-like to communicate seriousness of purpose.” More info at: http://www.maxmedia.com.au/www.maxmedia.com.au/AMR_777_SERIES.html http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews2/amr/1.html Oppo BDP-105D Universal player. Will be used as a transport into the AMR DAC – required for our BYO session. More info at: http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/oppo-bdp-105-universal-blu-ray-player-and-dac/ and https://www.oppodigital.com/blu-ray-bdp-105/ The second half of the music sessions will be our popular BYO. Members and guests are welcome to offer music to share with us all. So bring along your favourite music on CD or USB flash drives (sorry, no vinyl). All we ask is that the music and recordings be interesting. We'll ask you to tell us a little about the artist/recording before it is played. Tracks over 6 minutes will be faded out, to give everyone a fair go. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and share your experiences with others. Feel free to come and hear the capabilities of the system, or to just share the experience with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Guests are welcome – we are a very friendly club so you don't need to know anyone to join us for an afternoon of fine music and sound. Venue: Epping Creative Centre, Dence Park Address: 26 Stanley Road, Epping When: Sunday 8th October 2017 Doors open at 1pm Meeting starts at 2pm Best regards, Tom Waters President Sydney Audio Club W: www.sydneyaudioclub.org.au FB: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyaudioclub E: [email protected]
  11. Our September meeting showcased the KEF LS50 Wireless speaker/system and the KEF LS50 passive speakers. It attracted a reasonably large audience, with quite a few guests in attendance as well. Alex Wilson of the Lifestyle Store kindly provided the KEF LS50 Wireless speakers and the very new Oppo UDP-205 (the replacement for the BDP-105). Alex gave a great overview of the KEF LS50 Wireless and explained all its features and functionality. The KEFs work on the principal of a master and slave speaker. The right speaker is your master and it talks to the left speaker via ethernet. Both are active of course, so each requires a power cord. Perhaps a bit odd to some is that the KEF master provides for a USB input but not an SPDIF input. Perhaps that is just down to available space on the back of the master speaker – it is pretty crowded. Just before the break we also indicated that KEF announced that the LS50 Wireless will be Roon-Ready within the next 2-3 weeks. That means you can then run the Roon Core on your PC/Mac and the RAAT (Roon Advanced Audio Transport) on the master KEF speaker. (The RAAT is effectively the renderer of the music.) From what I could tell from the announcement, the Wireless may also then support gapless playback as well. You should be able to implement all these changes with a download – no hardware change is required. Apparently KEF believe that the LS50 Wireless sound better with Tidal than other inputs. To test that, Alex set up a local network via his phone such that we could stream from Tidal. He chose a familiar track from Tidal that he had previously burned to CD. We compared the Tidal version (CD quality) to the CD played on the Oppo and output via analogue outs and the optical output. We didn’t take a vote on this but it seemed that most people didn’t think the Tidal streaming was woeful or second best. If you want a simple system for home without heaps of CDs or LPs lying around, this is a good way to go. We then compared the Wireless to the KEF LS50 passive speakers. The passives were driven by the analogue outs of the Oppo UDP-205 into the AudioGD Master Integrated amp, and then into the passive speakers. The passives speakers have the identical height and width of the Wireless active model, but are about 2.5 cms shorter. The additional space in the back of the active speaker is used only for the electronics. The internal capacity of each is the same and the drivers are the same. In fact, when you look at both from the front you can’t tell the difference. To compare, we first played two tracks thru the Oppo and into the Wireless active speakers. We then switched to the passives, and played the same two tracks. We then discussed the differences, and prepared to vote for preferences. We had 40 attendees but unfortunately many chose to not vote. There was a preference for the passive speakers over the active speakers by 12 votes to 7 votes. I should stress here that the passive speakers have a few years of run-in on them, whereas the active speakers had just a few weeks if that. And of course, the passives will sound different depending on the amp you chose to drive them with. Our amp on the day was Class A/B whereas the active speakers have a Class A/B amp for the tweeter and a Class D amp for the mid/woofer. The days when Class D inevitably sounded bad are long over – they can be very competitive now. So much so that high-end companies like Jeff Rowland use them in their best gear. So strictly speaking, the Class of amplification shouldn't really be considered a factor. After our last comparison, we then had our break and our BYO session immediately afterwards. Here are some comment lifted from the Feedback forms… "Very good. Value for money speakers." "British sound. Punched well above their weight." "Appreciate seeing audio shops demonstrating equipment and therefore promoting hifi as a hobby." "Impressive system (Active)." "Passive speakers sounded realistic." "Good A/B comparison. This was a good meeting." "Actives seemed to lack definition in midrange." "Very enjoyable meeting." "Preferred passive system - more fluid presentation." "Passive - impressive. Active - fantastic detail but a lot of harshness." "Not ultimate sound but very good value." "Thank you to Alex and Steve P for great systems." "Nice sound for size.." "Very impressed with the speakers." We greatly thank the Lifestyle Store and Alex for his presentation.
  12. For our September club meeting we’re very pleased to be able to present the new KEF LS50 Wireless speakers. The KEF LS50 Wireless speakers are being kindly provided by the Lifestyle Store in North Parramatta. (Refer to https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/.) Alex Wilson from the Lifestyle Store will talk about the equipment. At $3799 RRP the KEF LS50 Wireless speakers may seem expensive – but the truth is, they’re a bargain. All you need is a source and a cable into the KEFs and they do everything else. They handle digital and analogue inputs, have internal DACs, source control, volume control and amplification, and of course.. speaker drivers! If they didn’t sound great, that would be all for nought – but they sound excellent too. We’ll also have the new Oppo UDP-205 universal player on hand, also from Lifestyle. We will also have their precursor, the KEF LS50 passive speakers, such that we can do a comparison. Of course the passive speakers need separate amplification and cabling both of which can and will influence the sound. So we can’t really compare apples to apples, but it’ll offer you the chance to hear which configuration you might like best. Note that the emphasis on the day will definitely be on the active version. The featured system on the day will be: KEF LS50 Wireless Active Monitor speakers: Taken from the Lifestyle website… “The KEF LS50 Wireless is a complete and fully active music system designed for how high resolution music is now enjoyed. It delivers exceptional sound quality, once only achievable by putting together a system of high quality separate components … LS50 Wireless delivers a clear, accurate and transparent sound that creates an intense, rich, and multi-dimensional soundstage experience. Made possible from its small enclosures through expert acoustic design and state-of-the-art technologies.” Refer to https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/kef-ls50-wireless-active-monitor-speakers.html. Also checkout Marc’s excellent and comprehensive review at http://www.stereo.net.au/reviews/review-kef-ls50-wireless. Marc mentions some of the capabilities of the KEF LS50 Wireless this way … “You can connect the LS50 Wireless via your smartphone or tablet, either via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth (aptX) and stream Tidal, Spotify or your choice of local music. Or you can make the connection via USB or Toslink directly to your PC or laptop, or even your TV, taking advantage of the built-in 192/24 DAC.” Oppo UDP-205 universal player: Taken from the Lifestyle website “The UDP-205 provides reference level sound quality through the analogue outputs, improves the clock precision of the HDMI audio output, and increases the power of the built-in headphone amplifier. For the analogue output stages, the UDP-205 utilises two ES9038PRO DACs, which are the flagship of the ESS Sabre Pro series, delivering best-in-class audio performance.”. $2199 RRP. Refer to https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/oppo-udp-205-4k-blu-ray-player.html and http://www.livingsound.com.au/2017/04/oppo-udp-205-universal-player/ The other system on the day will be: KEF LS50 Mini Monitor (passive) speakers: Taken from the Lifestyle website “An innovative concept inspired by the legendary LS3/5a, LS50 mini monitor speaker is designed to bring professional studio monitor concept into the home. Rarely the case in such a compact design, the LS50 monitor delivers a rich, multi-dimensional ‘soundstage experience’ that is out of all proportion to its size. Patent-pending acoustic designs, together with state-of-the-art technologies from KEF’s latest flagship Blade loudspeaker, provide the ultimate studio experience – even in the smallest of spaces.” On special now at $1999 RRP normally $2599 RRP Refer to https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/kef-ls50-mini-monitor-speakers.html and http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/kef-ls50-loudspeaker/ AudioGD SA-2 DAC: Refer to http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/SA/SA2/SA2EN.htm AudioGD Master 10 Integrated amp: A fully balanced design with the gain stages and pre-driver stages working in class A, discrete analog stages without any OPA or coupling caps in the signal channels. Refer to http://www.audio-gd.com/Master/Master10/Master-10EN.htm and http://6moons.com/audioreviews/magnepan2/4.html The second half of the music sessions will be our popular BYO. Members and guests are welcome to offer music to share with us all. So bring along your favourite music on CD/SACD or USB flash drives (sorry, no vinyl). All we ask is that the music and recordings be interesting. We'll ask you to tell us a little about the artist/recording before it is played. Tracks over 6 minutes will be faded out, to give everyone a fair go. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and share your experiences with others. Feel free to come and hear the capabilities of the system, or to just share the experience with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Guests are welcome – we are a very friendly club so you don't need to know anyone to join us for an afternoon of fine music and sound. Venue: Epping Creative Centre, Dence Park Address: 26 Stanley Road, Epping When: Sunday 10th September 2017 Doors open at 1pm Meeting starts at 2pm Best regards, Tom Waters President Sydney Audio Club W: www.sydneyaudioclub.org.au FB: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyaudioclub E: [email protected]
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