VISIT LEN WALLIS AUDIO THIS RECORD STORE DAY
If you're a Sydney-sider, then there's only one place to visit this Record Store Day, Saturday April 21st, and that's Len Wallis Audio in Lane Cove.
Australia's most analog man (yes, that's the title we're running with from now on), Mark Dohmann, will be in attendance hosting his world-renowned turntable master classes.
The formidable $45,000 Helix Two turntable will be demonstrated along with another legendary Australian brand, Brigadiers Audio who is attracting quite a following both locally and abroad, with their $12,000 OneAudio BA2 bookshelf loudspeakers.
Brigadiers' highly respected Australian designer, Brad Serhan will be in attendance to answer any questions.
30-minute classes covering topics including what makes a great turntable, technical advice on how to get the most from your record player, and tips and techniques on alignment and setup that will make your music more enjoyable will take place on the hour throughout the day.
You do need to book a spot so call Meena on (02) 9427 6755 to reserve a place and mention you read about it on StereoNET.
Finally, there will also be loads of specials on vinyl and record accessories and much more.
If you're into audio, into vinyl and want to go somewhere where people just get it, then go and hang out at Len Wallis Audio on Saturday, April 21st, from 9:00 am.
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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