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Wishing I was along for the ride like last time. Crank some tunes for me in the jalopy, Austin!
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As usual Andrew put on a great event. I would like to say thank you for inviting me. It was also fun to finally see the CNC in action, seen it a couple of time before not running, but man, what an incredible tool.
Great hanging with all the guys and putting some new names and faces together. Beast, Chop and Jim were missed, but hopefully we can all do again soon.
When I was saying my goodbyes, Mike said man we always have a good time and he is right! It is always a blast I could do it every weekend.
Again a great day, good music, good eats and amazing bass. Also a nice little batch of speakers to listen to. Good times.

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Man, that is incredible! Great meshing with the mains even without EQ! Is all the measured at the second row?
Yes, from second row and my normal listening seat.

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As usual Andrew put on a great event. I would like to say thank you for inviting me. It was also fun to finally see the CNC in action, seen it a couple of time before not running, but man, what an incredible tool.
Great hanging with all the guys and putting some new names and faces together. Beast and Jim were missed, but hopefully we can all do again soon.
When I was saying my goodbyes, Mike said man we always have a good time and he is right! It is always a blast I could do it every weekend.
Again a great day, good music, good eats and amazing bass. Also a nice little batch of speakers to listen to. Good times.
So I suppose I should do a quick summary of yesterday's activities.

Yesterday we gathered together in celebration of one of our good friends @popalock leaving for a two year stint overseas. I shot out sort of a last minute (a few weeks ago) email to our 'AVS crew' to gather interest and we had 9 or so guys come over to hang out, crank some tunes, and pound out some good ol' DIY projects. Maybe I'll start a thread in the DIY or speaker section, but here were the highlights:

-Dry fit and assembly of @Sibuna 's SI24 enclosure
-Home depot run for 9 sheets of ply @7am plus some extras
-Cut, sand, and dry fit 2 X popalock's SI24 boxes @ 9.5 cubes each (8 total sheets of plywood!)
-A little photoshoot session of my theater room by Mark @imagic (Thanks Mark!
-Listening to the Behringerr B215s, DIYSoundgroup Tux 1099s, Triad Platinums, DIYsoundgroup Volts (mainly outdoors), and my Yorkville U215s
-Later in the evening: firepit, beer, and cake

I will post the limited listening impressions I have later on. I'm hoping some of the guys share pictures from the day, it was a BLAST as usual!! Thanks to all who came out. I consider myself very fortunate for several reasons:
-a VERY understanding wife who permits me to host crazy events like this, on several occasions
-For having met a group group of fun guys who have become very good friends

Really missed not having our good buddies @beastaudio , @ChopShop1 , and @JimWilson as well as our KC buddies @Archaea and @carp there yesterday. See you guys next time?
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A few pictures from yesterday's extravaganza. Wish I had some moments to take a few more, but I felt like I was running all over the place yesterday. I know Sibuna (Adam) and Mark took quite a few so hopefully they will pick up my slack.

Mark (imagic) doing his thing!

Crazy lighting contraption

Left to right (popalock, Sibuna, reefdiver). Looks like Ben (rush2049) peeking in on the far left also.

Popa handling some bracing


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Cool scrap/leftover shot after cutting Austin's 8th sheet



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HAHAH....who pushed Austin into the cake?

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Looks like an awesome time!

What were the impressions of the 1099s?
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What were the impressions of the 1099s?
Me and Mark listed to them the most up stairs and were both in agreement of what we heard. I hate to critique a speaker because I don't want people to be offended and please don't be if you own these as this was just a plug and play test. They had no EQ, no treatments run right of the AVR with 4 18" subs. I thought they were pretty good, but with male vocals they seemed to get distorted and had a sibilance issue. Female vocals rolled off nice, drums sound good, but there was just something that I did not like about them, they had a strange soundstage. However we took them downstairs, but only for a short demo as I believe Matt had to leave. They sounded allot better, allot crisper. But I think we only did two songs, so not allot of time to really form an opinion. Certainly this was not a proper demo, just plug and play and have a listen. I am sure Mark will post his impressions later.

Now the Behringer 215s were something else. I really liked thee little guys. They sounded really good right out of the box. They are pretty bright, but I like a brighter speaker, so not a big issue for me. They pretty took everything we through at them. If you did not know what behind the screen, you would have been shocked when you seen it.

The Triads were a nice speaker, but a little to laid back for me. They really seemed pretty tame until you cranked on them. They seemed a bit flat for my taste, they really did not have the upper range sparkle I am used to with my 212's, but overall a nice speaker. They are built like a tank that is for sure, allot of quality in the build, but again a little to soft for me.

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Yesterday we gathered together in celebration of one of our good friends @popalock leaving for a two year stint overseas. I shot out sort of a last minute (a few weeks ago) email to our 'AVS crew' to gather interest and we had 9 or so guys come over to hang out, crank some tunes, and pound out some good ol' DIY projects.

Really missed not having our good buddies @beastaudio , @ChopShop1 , and @JimWilson as well as our KC buddies @Archaea and @carp there yesterday. See you guys next time?
Thanks for the shout out fella's. If there was any possibility to attend you know d@mn well I would have been there, but this working every Saturday (for 6 months!) has made doing anything like this pretty much a no-go. I should be done by mid-September though, so if you have something after that count me in.

Austin, I would have liked to wish you all the best in person but this will have to do I'm afraid. Try to have fun over there, in spite of the fact that you'll have to do it without the AVS crazies. We'll keep your seat warm and beer cold. See you in 2 years...

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Looks like everything went fantastically! Sorry I couldn't make the haul this time...Can't wait to see the rest of the impressions and such to roll in! Mr Dubking doing his thing! Dare I saw HToM candidate?!?!?

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Me and Mark listed to them the most up stairs and were both in agreement of what we heard. I hate to critique a speaker because I don't want people to be offended and please don't be if you own these as this was just a plug and play test. They had no EQ, no treatments run right of the AVR with 4 18" subs. I thought they were pretty good, but with male vocals they seemed to get distorted and had a sibilance issue. Female vocals rolled off nice, drums sound good, but there was just something that I did not like about them, they had a strange soundstage. However we took them downstairs, but only for a short demo as I believe Matt had to leave. They sounded allot better, allot crisper. But I think we only did two songs, so not allot of time to really form an opinion. Certainly this was not a proper demo, just plug and play and have a listen. I am sure Mark will post his impressions later.
Thanks for your impressions! Got your 215s up and running yet?

Sorry I missed it!
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Dammit, you east coast guys have all of the fun .....lol
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Self inflicted! After he licked the remainder of the cake, I insisted he smash face first, haha.

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I really liked the 1099s from what I heard of them. After hearing so many speakers in my room I can usually decide quickly what I do like and what I don't. I started a thread for all pictures and impressions here.

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All - I'm starting a GTG facebook page for anyone interested. Spread the word.

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Jonathan, did you notice Pop's t-shirt?

Cool to "see" some of you guys again, even if it's only in pictures.
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Great time once again. This time no hard schedule. We all just did what we felt like doing.
Andrew's CNC was impressive. Very nicely integrated into his shop.

The theater has once again moved up a notch from the last GTG that I was present. Plenty of comfortable seating and enough bass to shake the whole house. I was outside watching the walls and light fixtures rattle.

As far as the speakers go, weren't a ton there but that made it easier to deal with logistically.

The Plats were especially clean and subdued sounding in Andrew's room. Very accurate. I was quite impressed... but then I am more of a 2 channel guy.

Mark (imagic) brought his Behringer 215's. They were quite impressive for the price... something like $250 each. Played loud and sound was pretty darn good.

I was grilling during the 1099's so didn't hear them.

The friggin Yorkvilles just blew us away. Listen to the reactions after the drum solo....


BTW Austin had a little help getting his "impression" of the cake..... hand on the back of his head
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Cool to "see" some of you guys again, even if it's only in pictures.
Haha, I got a good laugh when he first rolled up in that shirt.

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Great time once again. This time no hard schedule. We all just did what we felt like doing.
Andrew's CNC was impressive. Very nicely integrated into his shop.
http://youtu.be/IWOzkrk1PF0

The theater has once again moved up a notch from the last GTG that I was present. Plenty of comfortable seating and enough bass to shake the whole house. I was outside watching the walls and light fixtures rattle.
http://youtu.be/u19FpS9h0Fk

As far as the speakers go, weren't a ton there but that made it easier to deal with logistically.

The Plats were especially clean and subdued sounding in Andrew's room. Very accurate. I was quite impressed... but then I am more of a 2 channel guy.

Mark (imagic) brought his Behringer 215's. They were quite impressive for the price... something like $250 each. Played loud and sound was pretty darn good.

I was grilling during the 1099's so didn't hear them.

The friggin Yorkvilles just blew us away. Listen to the reactions after the drum solo....
http://youtu.be/yoeLS2EBrWg


BTW Austin had a little help getting his "impression" of the cake..... hand on the back of his head
Thanks for sharing the vids, Mike! I will post them in the results thread if you don't mind.
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haa, not until you pointed it out.

Austin, you gonna be breaking some arms in Qarat? Representing?!?

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Austin, you gonna be breaking some arms in Qarat? Representing?!?
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I think it is "OK" to stop considering it a "Humble" hangout at this point It is far from it at this point homey! Definitely not an Erskine theater, but definitely not humble...
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