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BASICALLY SOUND : TEN YEARS ON…

Friday 2nd September – 10:00 - 17:00

Our Norfolk retailer, Basically Sound, is planning something special to celebrate their 10th anniversary of being established at Calveley Court, Reymerston, Nr Wymondham.

They are holding an Open House demo day on Friday 2nd September to allow you to see and hear our latest cutting edge designs along with new products from other British manufacturers, Naim Audio and Rega Research.

Timed demonstrations will be held over the course of the day featuring the awesome BB5 SE driven by Naim Audio's Statement amplifier system. There will also be a chance to experience the new twenty5 series - hear why this range is making such an impact in the audiophile world and find out more about our radical Laminair technology.

Contact Basically Sound on 01362 820800 or enquiries@basicallysound.co.uk to book your place, please include the time that you would like to attend the main PMC/Naim demo. Spaces for each time slot are limited but the chaps at Basically Sound will endeavor to make sure that everyone who attends gets the chance to see and hear everything.

Refreshments will be provided and there will be a free draw to win some excellent prizes.

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The Diapason d'Or awarded to the Bryston BDA-1 External DAC. February 2011

The Diapason d'Or awarded to the Bryston BDA-1 External DAC. February 2011

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We're deeply saddened by the loss of another Blue Note legend, the influential recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder, who has passed away at age 91. Rudy was as vital a part of the "Blue Note Sound" as the incredible musicians he recorded, and his importance to the legacy of jazz cannot be overstated. In addition to his work with other labels, most notably Impulse! for whom he recorded classics including John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme," Rudy was the go-to recording engineer for Blue Note Records between 1953-1972, capturing in sterling sound the monuments of the Blue Note catalog. Thank you Rudy, for all that you gave the world of music. Rest In Peace.

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