Phoenix, AZ



The Arizona Audio Video Club began life as the Arizona Audiophile Society in 1985. The name was changed a few years back to more accurately reflect the varied interests of the members. The club meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month, at various locations in the greater Phoenix area. We occasionally schedule special interest meetings, with topics such as music listening, equipment evaluations, tech workshops, etc. Members receive monthly newsletters, either as hard copies or by e-mail. Members also enjoy discounts on purchases at several of the local audio and HT specialty stores. For more information, check out our website at www.azaudioclub.com
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I have considered joining your club but find the Tuesday evening meeting time very inconvenient, especially since I'd be driving up from Tucson and I usually work until 6PM. It's unfortunate, because there are extremely few audiophiles in Tucson.

When I lived in NJ, we had a great audio club there and I was the president of the NJAS for 6 or 7 years. I really miss those guys. But we normally held our meetings on Sunday afternoons as that proved the most convenient day for most folks to attend. I'm not suggesting you change your meeting schedule just for me, but it might be a good idea to poll the members to see what meeting day and time would be the best for all concerned.

BTW, I did visit the club website but I see there are no details as to this months meeting at this juncture.

Thanks for posting.

Frank
Plato: Tuesday doesn't work for me either because of my travel schedule during the week and I'm in Phoenix. Who knows maybe we could get enough other people together on weekends that can't meet with the organized group.
Cytocycle, that sounds good to me. Definitely let me know if other area audiophiles would want to do that and maybe a meeting time and place can be set up.

Thanks,
Frank
The club does have Special-Interest Groups. Maybe we could start a Saturday Nite SIG? (I'm a member.)
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I live in the Phoenix area and would also be interested in joining if the meetings were held on weekends.
Thanks for the posts. As you might expect, it's next to impossible to find a meeting time that works for everyone. I will bring up the question about alternative meeting dates at the next steering committee meeting.

I think a special interest group for weekend activities is a great idea. All it would take to get started would be for a club member to offer to head up the group and to start arranging some appropriate activities.

Regarding the question about meeting notices on the club website - those are posted in the form of the club newsletter. The newsletter is typically published around the second weekend of the month, and then posted on the website within a day or two.

Warren R., President
AZAVC
20TH CENTURY COMPOSERS - A DISCUSSION AND 2-CHANNEL LISTENING SESSION WITH WALLY RAVE, RETIRED ASU MUSIC PROFESSOR. The Arizona Audio Video Club will meet at 7pm on Tuesday, 8/30, at the Phoenix Airport Marriott Hotel. The hotel is located at 1101 North 44th Street, which is just north of 202, on the east side of the street. Free refreshments will be available and visitors are always welcome. Watch our website at www.azaudioclub.com for both audio and home theater related activities.
A SATURDAY meeting!!! This Saturday the 22nd, join us to listen to preamps, from 2 - 5pm. We'll be comparing an Audio Research Reference 3, an H-CAT P-12B, a BAT VK50SE, and a conrad-johnson MET1, their new 6-channel model. We'll have a great-sounding system (mine!) set up, and we intend to do the comparisons single-blind and level-matched. Guests are welcome; e-mail me at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net for more info.
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Another Saturday meeting!

The Arizona Audio Video Club is proud to sponsor and introduce to Arizona the Zu Cable and Loudspeaker Company of Ogden, Utah. This four-hour demonstration will be on July 22nd at Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 North 7th Ave. (just north of Hatcher), Phoenix, AZ 85021, from 2pm - 6pm. The program is open to the public and will provide a terrific opportunity to meet two of the really good guys in audio--Sean Casey and Adam Decaria. They will be bringing a full compliment of their offerings and some interesting amps including at least a couple SETs, an Atma-Sphere OTL, and an 8KW (!) Crown. Complete demonstrations will occur every hour, so come at anytime during those hours.

For more information about Zu, see the '6moons' feature on Zu at http://www.6moons.com/industryfeatures/zutour/zutour.html and visit their website at http://www.zucable.com. If you would like to attend or have questions, please feel free to contact either the club president, Jeffrey Behr, at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net or Dean Love at theloveman(at)cox(dot)net and let us know you are planning to attend. It should be great fun and very informative. Hope to see you there!
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A reminder--THIS Saturday the 22nd is our meeting with the Zu people. See above.

If you would like to attend or have questions, please feel free to contact either Jeffrey Behr at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net or Dean Love at theloveman(at)cox(dot)net and let us know you are planning to attend. It should be great fun and very informative. Hope to see you there!
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The Arizona Audio Video Club is having another Saturday meeting featuring a speaker company. This February 24th, Clayton Shaw of Emerald Physics will be demonstrating his Nemesis dipole speaker system.

The meeting will be at Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix 85021 from 2 - 5pm. Guests are welcome. If you have questions, feel free to call Jeffrey Behr at 602/550-6135 or e-mail me at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net.

Here are Robert Hartley's impressions of the system. http://www.avguide.com/news/2006/10/22/rocky-mountain-audio-fest-emerald-physics-dsp-based-loudspeaker/

http://www.audioasylum.com/forums/MUG/messages/106675.html
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Further on our meeting this Saturday, 24 February. You're welcome to bring your own CDs. See you Satruday.
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Anymore info or impresions on the emerald physics speakers?
No more impressions of the Emerald Physics speakers. I've never heard the small ones, and it's been months since I've heard the large ones.
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The Arizona Audio Video Club's July meeting will be at Jerry's Audio-Video, 600 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, Tuesday the 31st at 7PM. This will be our first meeting there in years and will be including home-theater equipment in two of three systems. Jerry, Mark, and Steve have arranged to have factory reps for several of their lines to talk to us and will also have some special snacks and refreshments. More importantly, for a week following, Jerry's is offering special prices for all attendees.

Guests are welcome, but you're warned--I'll ask you to introduce yourself if I don't recognize you. :-)

Pls come see us and Jerry's next week.
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Come one and all to hear Roger Modjeski and his new electrostatic speakers
http://www.audiocircle.com/circles/index.php?topic=45966.0

and his new SES(Single-Ended Sound) system
http://www.ramlabs-musicreference.com/SES_Series.html

Roger is well known for his decades of experience in this sometimes-crazy industry and has LOTS of stories to share.

We'll have a separate, smallish listening room so that you won't need to listen over some noisy soul blabbing away.

Meeting will be in Phoenix starting at 7PM next Tuesday, 30 October. E-mail me at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net for details.
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The next meeting of the AZ Audio Video Club will be this Tuesday the 24th, 7PM, at the Phoenix Airport Marriott, 1101 N. 44th St., Phoenix. For more information, contact Adam Goldfine at 602-524-3974.

Our guest speaker is Vincent Sanders of VRS Audio Solutions, and his subject will be computer-based audio-playback systems.

Among numerous topics, together with a detailed Q and A session, Vincent Sanders will discuss the following:

1. The benefits of computer audio playback, and why.
2. iTunes and convenience vs. ultra-fidelity audio playback.
3. Consumer playback software vs. Pro audio playback software.
4. The importance of CD ripping methodology.
5. Qualitative differences between USB, S/PDIF, and Fire wire connections.
6. Optimizing & Reconfiguring the digital platform.
7. Timing, timing, timing....the importance of clocking the digital signal.
8. Which GUI should I choose?
9. Pricing options for DACs and other computer audio hardware.

If you've ever thought about putting together a high-quality computer-based music playback system, or would like to enhance what you already have, this meeting is not to be missed.

As part of the presentation, members are invited to bring their favorite CD and hear a direct comparison of realtime playing vs. properly ripped music files.
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Hi - I'm a former NJ audiophile who just moved to Scottsdale, Az. I'm interested in meeting people of similar interest. Stan
Hi Stan. I'm the former Prez and current Sec'y/Treasurer. If you'll e-mail me at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net, I'll forward the latest Newsletter. Our next meeting is 29 July, 7PM, at Esoteric in Scottsdale.
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“The best loudspeakers on earth. Period.”

Phoenix-area audiofiles, come hear the YG Acoustics Anat Reference II Studios Tuesday nite 24 February at the Arizona Audio Video Club's regular monthly meeting. It's happening at the Phoenix Airport Marriott, 1101 N 44th St. (just n. of Loop 202) starting at 7PM. Guests are welcome.

The speakers will be driven with Spectron Musician III Mk. 2 monoamps, driven by EMM Labs and Audio Research frontend equipment.

We'll have our usual assortment of refreshments, etc., so come at least for a chocolate-chip cooky.
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Wednesday, May 25th, 7-9? pm The Arizona Audio Video Club will have its meeting at LMC Home Entertainment, located at 15507 N. Scottsdale Road
Suite #A-135 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The meet is open to all members, their guest, and anyone else interested in audio and/or video. Parking is free, and we will hold a raffle with some really cool prizes! Mike Ware will be demonstrating some great gear of course and talking about his recent trip to the Munich High End show. You don't want to miss this!
Wednesday, April 27th, 7-9? pm The Arizona Audio Video Club will have its meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N 7th Ave., just North of Hatcher, in Phoenix. The meet is open to all members, their guest, and anyone else interested in audio. Steve (Woot) Wooten will be demonstrating his PS Audio PerfectWave DAC/Bridge with the JRiver Media Server software. In addition there will be snacks, soft drinks, and a raffle. Neat stuff! Hope to see you there! Non-members please RSVP by sending me a pm (by clicking on my name below and then clicking send email) on or before Friday, April 22nd, 2011. Parking is free.
This month's meeting will be held at 7pm on Wednesday Feb. 23rd at the Trinity Lutheran Church. The address of the church is 9244 North 7th Avenue (that's just north of Hatcher). The meeting will feature a presentation by Bob Corritore, host of KJZZ's "Those Lowdown Blues", an accomplished blues harmonica player, and owner of the Rhythm Room. He will discuss the blues, play some examples and field questions. Bob has been active part of the Phoenix blues scene for years and we are fortunate to have him as our guest. It should be highly informative and entertaining.

There will be a members-only drawing for door prizes. Refreshments will be served.
Wednesday, April 27th, 7-9? pm The Arizona Audio Video Club will have its meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N 7th Ave., just North of Hatcher, in Phoenix. The meet is open to all members, their guest, and anyone else interested in audio. Steve (Woot) Wooten will be demonstrating his PS Audio PerfectWave DAC/Bridge with the JRiver Media Server software. In addition there will be snacks, soft drinks, and a raffle. Neat stuff! Hope to see you there! Non-members please RSVP by sending me a pm (by clicking on my name below and then clicking send email) on or before Friday, April 22nd, 2011. Parking is free.


I wanted to mention that this demo is next week (Wednesday). If you’re in the Phoenix area make sure to come!
***PLEASE NOTE! THIS MEETING HAS BEEN RE-SCHEDULED FOR 1 WEEK LATER, TO WEDNESDAY JUNE 1ST!***

Wednesday, May 25th, 7-9? pm The Arizona Audio Video Club will have its meeting at LMC Home Entertainment, located at 15507 N. Scottsdale Road
Suite #A-135 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The meet is open to all members, their guest, and anyone else interested in audio and/or video. Parking is free, and we will hold a raffle with some really cool prizes! Mike Ware will be demonstrating some great gear of course and talking about his recent trip to the Munich High End show. You don't want to miss this!
The June club meeting will be Wednesday, June 29th at 7:00 PM, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N 7th Ave., just north of Hatcher Road, in Phoenix. It will be a member’s music night. This is your opportunity to bring CD’s or SACD’s you like and have them played for everyone’s enjoyment.
A member will be bringing his new Vandersteen 5A’s!!! These are really great full range floor standers, so rack your minds and come up with some music to challenge the beautiful beasts! Parking is FREE and snacks will be served. Bring a guest or two!!!
See you there!
The next meeting will be hosted by Bill Coomes of Sweet Spot Home Theater! Bill will be bringing some great gear for us to audition. Randy Bankert (of Sonist) and Tony Weber, (the Western Regional Sales Representative of Cary Audio), will be featured presenters. Tony Weber will demo the Cary Audio 300 SEI Integrated Amp, and talk about audiophile gear and home theater products. Randy Bankert will be demonstrating his new model Concerto 4 floor model speakers. The Concerto 4’s are tube friendly, 97dB efficient and getting lots of attention. CRL cables and a Chang Lightspeed power conditioner will be tying the goodies together. This will be a great meeting!

The meeting is Wednesday, August 31st at 7pm and will be held at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse, 16222 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ. Plan on arriving a little early to have time to get through the guard gate and find parking. Mention to the guard that you are going to the clubhouse for our meeting to get in.
If you are not a member of our club and plan on attending, please RSVP (by contacting me) so we have plenty of seating set up.
Our next meeting will be hosted by Albert Von Schweikert of Von Schweikert Audio. Albert will be demoing his spectacular VR-35 Export Deluxe speakers. This meeting will be held SATURDAY, September 24th at 2:30 P.M. at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse, 16222 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, Az.

If you'd like to attend and are not a club member please contact me as seeting is limited!
I moved to Northwest Phoenix in the last month and would be interested in joining. I am also in need of advice on a tech to repair a pair of VTL 250 Signature amps. Any info or assistance would be appreciated, Thank you.
Dan McMannis
Hi Dan...welcome to the valley. Send me an email and I'll have our club's membership chairman contact you.

There is an excellent audio equipment repair business in the south valley called The Audio Doctor. I have been very satisfied with the work he has done on several pieces of my gear. You can find his website by searching for audio doctor phoenix. If you remind me, I will send you his phone number via email.

Warren
Our January club meeting will be at 7 PM at the Airport Hilton Hotel on the 25th. Bill Cassaday will be demonstrating his Kokopelli 3Ti omnipolar-reflecting loudspeakers, which he designed and builds. This meeting is open to all who would like to attend. Non AAVC members please contact me for more info.
See you there!
Come one, come all --Club members and guests, that is!Wednesday, Feb 29th. One of the very few true high-end audio stores left in Arizona, Esoteric Audio, owned and operated by Gary Hjerpe, will be demonstrating their wares, including Rockport's Mira and Aquila speakers, Revel Salon, PSB, and others. Also the Wadia 9 digital decoding computer, and VTL MB-450 Mk. III poweramps, along with equipment from Mark Levinson, Boulder, Denon, JVC, Music Hall, and many others.

As usual, refreshments will be available and we'll have a kick-ass raffle.

The address is 17442 N 28th St., Phoenix 85032; that's a few blocks north of Bell on the west side of 28th Street. We'll have our Club sign out and visible from the street. Gary's new store resides in a very nice custom designed and built room, the best he's ever had, IMO. 7PM until Gary and Pam evict us. :-)


See you there!
The April 25th (Wednesday at 7PM) meeting will be held in central Phoenix. Audio Video Choices will be demonstrating their NewClear amp, which is their OWN design. Bob-O bought one a while back and is SUPER impressed with it, so this will be a thrill-ride! Make time to attend so you won’t miss out. Non-members please RSVP for directions/availabilty.
Our monthly meeting on 26 September will be at Esoteric Audio, Gary Hjerpe's high-end-audio store that's been serving audiophiles in Phoenix for decades. Gary will be featuring the Aesthetix Atlas poweramp, of which Wes Phillips of Stereophile and Jerry Siegel of 10Audio.com had some very nice things to say, and the Calipso Signature Edition tubed preamp. Of course all the rest of Gary's great equipment will be there!



Gary's showroom is located at 17442 N 28th St., Phoenix 85032. Meeting starts at 7PM, guests are welcome, and we'll have our usual snacks and raffle prizes. See you there.
Is AC power and grounding a mystery to you? Come and learn
everything you always wanted to know! Many low-cost techniques will be described to improve your listening experience. The event will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N 7th Ave. in central Phoenix, Wednesday October 24th, starting at 7:00 pm.

Complimentary beverages and snacks will be provided.
This month’s meeting will be presented by Colleen Cardas (daughter of George Cardas) and Marc Phillips, of Cardas Audio imports. They will be demonstrating the Opera Seconda loudspeakers (with white gloss finish), a Unison Research Sinfonia integrated amplifier, a Unison Research CD Primo CD player, all hooked up with Cardas Audio Clear Light cables.

The meeting will be held Wednesday, November 28th (the week AFTER Thanksgiving) at the Phoenix Airport Marriott, 1101 N. 44th Street, in Phoenix, at 7 PM. This meeting is open to all members and anyone else interested in audio. Non-members please RSVP so we can be sure to have a seat for you. Snacks/soft drinks will be available, and we will hold a raffle.

See you there!

Woot
I am in Tempe and would love to join the club. Please contact me as this meeting sounds like a great time.
Hi Alex. I'm the Club treasurer. If you'll e-mail me at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net, I can forward info, etc. See also http://www.azavclub.org/
This month's meeting of the Arizona Audio Video Club will be on TUESDAY 26 February, from 7PM to 9PM, at the Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, and will feature a local bluegrass group, the Bill Gibbons Trio. The sounds of the trio of guitar, banjo, and upright bass will be acoustic only. Club member Peter will be recording the event in 96/24 hi-rez, and selections from this show will eventually appear on the Club's hi-rez demo disc that Phil is assembling.

Let's show the world that we hi-fi geeks really do like music and not just equipment. Prospective members are encouraged to attend. The club's website can be found at azavclub dot org.
The Arizona Audio Video Club will be meeting this Saturday, November 2nd, starting at 1 pm, at USA Tube Audio at the address below. Food and drinks will be served. Also, the head engineer from dc10audio will attend and show off the dc10audio L'Instrument loudspeaker. Non-members are welcome, however USA Tube Audio has generously offered clubmembers 30% off anything in their store at this event. Memberships will be available at the meeting. Dues must be paid by check.

USA TUBE AUDIO, Harwil Group
8355 E Butherus Dr. Suite 1
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
1-800-676-1085 Sales x2

The club's website can be found at azavclub dot org.
The Arizona Audio Video Club will be meeting this Wednesday, February 26th, at 7pm. The meeting will be held at Esoteric Audio, located at 17442 North 28th Street in Phoenix (just north of Bell Rd, on the west side of 28th St). Their phone number is 480-946-8128. Their website can be found at esotericaudioaz dot com.

The meeting will feature music from Water Lily Acoustics (WLA), an audiophile record label owned by recording engineer Kavi Alexander. WLA specializes in World Music and an interesting hybrid blend of Western and Eastern acoustic music (e.g. Sitar, Guitar, Tablas). They also have recorded some Eastern and Western classical symphonies. Their website can be found at waterlilyacoustics dot com. Kavi will not attend this meeting, but will be there in spirit! This will be an excellent opportunity to hear high-quality recordings played on some outstanding stereo gear. Non-members are encouraged to attend. Snacks and drinks will be served.

The club's website can be found at azavclub dot org.
This month’s meeting of the Arizona Audio Video Club will feature a presentation by Mr. Paul McGowan, founder and CEO of PS Audio. We anticipate that he will be discussing and demonstrating his new DirectStream DAC.

The meeting will be held at 7 pm on Wednesday, March 26th. The meeting location is the Airport Marriott, 1101 N 44th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008. As always, refreshments will be provided and a members-only drawing for door prizes will be held.

PS Audio’s website can be found at psaudio dot com.

The club's website can be found at azavclub dot org.
The June meeting of the Arizona Audio Video Club will feature David Stipes. David is a 2x Emmy Award winning visual effects specialist, who will discuss several aspects of the visual effects field in the motion picture industry. Topics will include challenges of modern visual effects, favorite visual effects movie scenes and why, bullet time effect, miniatures vs CGI, CGI body modification and makeup, facial capture and retro-reflective technologies, matte painting forced perspectives along with video presentations and more. There will be time for questions and answers. Refreshments will be served.

The meeting will be held at 7 pm on Wednesday, 6/25, at the Arizona Art Institute of Phoenix, 2233 W. Dunlap Ave, Room 300.
This month’s AZ Audio Video Club meeting will feature a presentation by Dan D’Agostino, one of the legends of modern high-end audio and founder/chief engineer of Krell Industries. Dan will demonstrate and discuss some of his latest equipment, the Momentum Amplifier and Momentum Preamplifier from Dan D’Agostino Master Audio Systems. More info available at dagostinoinc dot com

Guests are invited and encouraged to attend. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Meeting Details
Date: July 30th, 2014
Time: 7:00PM to roughly 9:30PM
Location: Phoenix Airport Marriott - 1101 N. 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008

The club’s website can be found at azavclub dot org
The Arizona Audio Video Club will meet at 7 pm on Wednesday, 9/24, at the Trinity Lutheran Church, 9424 N. Seventh Ave., in Phoenix. Nonmembers are encouraged to attend. The club's website can be found at azavclub dot org

This will be a music meeting, featuring a club-member’s two-channel gear. Speakers are Serenity Acoustics Super-7s… serenityacoustics.com/products/thesuper7.html. These are a product of GR Research's Danny Richey. The Super-7s are hybrid mag-planar/dual-12"-bass systems, all open-baffle. Midrange and treble are handled by four custom-built Bohlender-Graebener midrange (Neo-10 PDR) drivers and one 3" Neo-3 PDR tweeter in an MTM arrangement. Bass is reproduced by two servo-controlled 12" cones driven by high-power bass amps that are designed with the servo controls. The Seven's sensitivity is high at 97dB.

Two different pairs of mono amps will be demonstrated: first, a pair of 8-Watt, Single-Ended-Triode amps, Coincident Frankenstein IIs. These use a dual-triode 13EM7 gain-and-driver tube, a 300B output tube, and a 5U4GB high-Voltage rectifier. We'll also hear a pair of WAVAC MD-805m amps. These are 55-Watt SETs using an 805 output and 5751 and 6Y6GT gain and driver tubes.

The system will also include a Conrad-Johnson MET1 vacuum-tubed preamp and an Oppo 95 disc player.

Refreshments will be served.
The October meeting of The Arizona Audio Video Club will feature a live music performance by Devon Bridgewater and The Nuance, a ten-piece band of professional musicians. The meeting will start at 6:30 pm sharp on Wednesday, October 29th, at the Musician’s Union Hall, 1202 East Oak Street in Phoenix. Nonmembers are encouraged to attend. Devon Bridgewater has been performing professionally in Arizona since age 14! He specializes in jazz, classical, Latin, big band and country genres. The Nuance’s website can be found at nuancemusiclive dot com

The club's website can be found at azavclub dot org

The April, 2015 meeting of the Arizona Audio Video Club will be held at Record High on Wednesday, April 29th, starting at 7pm.

Record High is a vinyl record store with a great selection and a very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Their address is 4242 E. University Drive in Phoenix, just two minutes from the Hohokam/Red Mountain Freeway interchange. Record High's website can be found at recordhighinphoenix dot com

Non-members are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served.

The club’s website can be found at azavclub dot org
The May 27th meeting of the Arizona Audio Video Club will be held at 7pm at Starpower, located at 7077 E. Mayo Blvd. in Scottsdale. Non-members are encouraged to attend.

Starpower sells a fairly wide variety of electronics and appliances for the home. Their 4K TVs are made by Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, LG, and Sharp. Their electronics lines include: Klipsh, Yamaha, Niles, Marantz, Anthem, Pioneer, Sony, Denon, and Integra. Their speaker lines include Martin-Logan, Klipsh, Paradigm, Revel, SVS Sound, Energy, Bose, Sunfire, and Niles. Starpower has four locations, three in Texas, and our store located in Scottsdale.

For more info:

star-power dot com/contact-home-theater-store/scottsdale

azavclub dot org
The Arizona Audio Video Club will feature a new conrad-johnson Classic 60 SE poweramp* and my much-improved MET1, 6-channel, tubed preamp at its regular monthly meeting on January 27th, 7PM, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Phoenix. Source equipment will be my Oppo '105 disc player and another member's memory-card player plus excellent powerconditioning and all cable, and my much-improved Audio Physic Avanti III speakers which are now biamplified. Guests are welcome, and refreshments will be available.

Come hear how good this 60WPC stereo amp sounds driving my 87dB-(in)sensitive speakers in a fairly large room.

Pls e-mail me at jeffreybehr(at)cox(dot)net for details.

* Graciously loaned to us by my friend Lew Johnson; TYVM Lew!
Looking for people in the general area of tuscon I live in Huachuca city not many audio people here  if your in tuscon or closer lets get together 
I have a large Fulton system 

Lawrence