Apologies to the Hope-voters, but it will be held in Indy again this year, likely June. We are planning on hosting more extensive training and educational opportunities, which are tightly integrated to the facility and staff here.
I understand many of you will be disappointed, but the decision is final.
I'm just thrilled there continues to be such a high level of interest.
Ouch, that is terrible news. Main reason of course is the location since a pilgrimage is a journey to a sacred place or shrine of importance to a person's beliefs and faith, which, without question, is Hope.
Things that would entice me to journey to Indy would be:
- K-horn's vs. Jubilee's vs. Palladium.
- Tubes vs. SS.
- Vinyl vs. CD's vs. SACD's.
- Expensive speaker wire and interconnects vs. inexpensive wire.
- Ten easy and inexpensive steps to improve the acoustics and listening experience in your home.
- How to repair the finish on old Klipsch speakers.
- How to restore the sound of old Klipsch speakers.
- A chance to listen to some of the lesser Klipsch speakers.
- Couple of laps around the old brickyard.
- Be a guaranteed winner of a fabulous Klipsch door prize.
Downstairs: oiled oak Klipschorn, LaScala (center), SVS PB12-Plus/2 piano black, Cornwall (rear), Bubinga Heresy I (rear surrounds), Outlaw 990, McIntosh MA6100, (2) MC250, MC2100, OPPO BDP-95, Toshiba HD-A2
Upstairs: McIntosh C2200, MC275MKIV, oiled walnut Cornwall I, Oppo BDP-83, Technics SL-1200 M3D, Audio Technica AT150MLX, Richard Gray Power Company 400 Pro
Studio system: McIntosh MAC1700, Sony CDP-CX250, Thorens TD-125 Mk II, Denon DL103, 1989 Heresy II
Avatar: Mr. Waddles rocking out to the K-horn's.