Chicago Audio Society meeting: Sunday January 15, 2006: 12:00 noon to 3:00PM
Note different time due to da Bears game!
Larry Musial, one of our members, will be presenting his Klipsch La Scala
speakers which were shown at last January's meeting. Larry, who is involved
with the Klipsch users group has been busy with further developments. He has
added an integral ported platform to the La Scalas which enables the speaker
to go to 30Hz without using a subwoofer. Also, further internal wiring
improvements have been made. The speakers will be driven directly with Bizzy
Bee TAD-1000 100 watt per channel tube monoblocks. The amps have an integral
volume control and will be driving the speakers directly. In addition Larry
will demo Klipsch RB-35 monitors which he modified to demonstrate
performance possible from a readily available inexpensive speaker using a
good inexpensive mod approach. A modified Ogre Systems Magnavox CD player
will be used.
We will be taking the first half-hour of the meeting for any members who
attended the Rocky Mountain AudioFest in September (and the recent CES) to
recount their experiences.
This should be a great meeting for anyone interested in horns, tube amps,
good DIY approaches, and good sound. Remember to bring along a favorite CD.
We always want to hear good music of all kinds.
Here is our evolving lineup of future meetings-PLEASE spread the word:
Bring yourself, some music and perhaps a friend and enjoy! See you Sunday.
February-Bill O'Connell of Eastern Electric will demonstrate analog and
digital electronics with Tannoy Churchills and a Well-Tempered turntable.
Meetings are held â€œgenerallyâ€ on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 2:00PM to 5:00PM. Newcomers are welcome!
A $5 fee for nonmembers, annual dues are $40 covers room costs and refreshments.
We host distinguished guests from the audio industry, demonstrating and discussing design objectives and features. We always have a music system through which to listen to your favorite recordings. We encourage you to bring CDs and LPs which you enjoy, including thrilling performances and recordings revealing characteristics of components under audition. Share discoveries, insights, and opinions with others.
Chicago Audio Society Website:
Arlington Heights Historical Society
(Arlington Room â€“ follow the path along the east side of the building to the rear door)
110 West Fremont Street
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Free parking available in the commuter parking lot located just south of the facility
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