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elephant Posted: Thu, Mar 26 2015 8:52 AM
Starting in Oz ...

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elephant replied on Thu, Mar 26 2015 10:33 PM
No one else went to any of the B&O parties !?!??!

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I did - at my local dealer in Sønderborg/DK

Nothing new there - for me and for other Beoworlders.

Nice evening though - hard to say how many potential costumer this kind of event may generate.

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elephant replied on Thu, Mar 26 2015 10:57 PM
@MM

You know the rule Smile

No pix - then it didn't happen Big Smile

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I posted my pics in the flash your B&O thread.

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elephant:
@MM

You know the rule Smile

No pix - then it didn't happen Big Smile

It did happen - even without pics Stick out tongue

As I wrote - nothing new there....no reason for posting pics of drinks and sandwiches 🍸

MM

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Yendys replied on Fri, Mar 27 2015 1:52 AM
elephant:

Starting in Oz ...

Really?...

No invites to me, unbelievably disappointing! Sydney is absolutely hopeless.

May come to Melbs during Easter and will make time to visit the showrooms down there if I do
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I went and had a good time.  Ed you looked deep in conversation, so I let you enjoy the evening :-)   I got to meet some people and one of them, Darren aka Dazza! one a piece of jewellery.  Lucky bugger!  Ed i'll send you an e-mail about coming over in the coming weeks now things have settled down so you can view the Avant at my place. 

The chocolates were really yummy as was the Champers.

I think the Rose Gold is quite strong, so it would have to be placed alongside very muted colours.

The A9 was the highlight - the rose gold on it is elegant. I didn't much care for the remote. The BL19s were interesting as was the TV.  I loved it with the grey cloth.

Cheers

Michael. 

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Jonathan replied on Fri, Mar 27 2015 4:17 AM

Yendys:
elephant:

 

Starting in Oz ...

 

 

Really?...

 

No invites to me, unbelievably disappointing! Sydney is absolutely hopeless.

 

May come to Melbs during Easter and will make time to visit the showrooms down there if I do

Me neither :(

 

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:-( Can see the marketing is in full force :-( 

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Mikael replied on Fri, Mar 27 2015 11:24 AM

I went to my local dealer, and it was a nice evening, but nothing new.

Some finger food and drinks, and a live performance using 2x Beolab 20. Was really impressed by the way the speakers filled the room.

They had all of the new rose gold products except for the Avant. I think the A9 is great, cant speak of the Avant, the Beolab 18's are too much if you ask me, and the rest of rose gold series is okay, but hard to fit in my living room style.

It did seem like the new remote is a bit heavier in rose gold compared to the other two. I quite liked that! :)

 

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elephant replied on Sun, Mar 29 2015 7:16 AM
Aussie Michael:

I went and had a good time. Ed you looked deep in conversation, so I let you enjoy the evening :-) I got to meet some people and one of them, Darren aka Dazza! one a piece of jewellery. Lucky bugger! Ed i'll send you an e-mail about coming over in the coming weeks now things have settled down so you can view the Avant at my place.

The chocolates were really yummy as was the Champers.

I think the Rose Gold is quite strong, so it would have to be placed alongside very muted colours.

The A9 was the highlight - the rose gold on it is elegant. I didn't much care for the remote. The BL19s were interesting as was the TV. I loved it with the grey cloth.

Cheers

Michael.

I looked for you earlier on !

And then I bumped into Tony who had sold me my 5000 stack in 1985 - and a few pieces since then (eg BV8) - but who sadly retired: so we had a great time catching up (it was actually the best part of the evening).

Looking forward to seeing that email - TIA

I ate way too many salty caramels ! I was suffering from man flu and so the champers was blah. Weren't the jumbo prawns on a stick incredible ?

I agree the A9 is the best member of the Love Affair collection.

I was disappointed in the remote as the pin hole in the back still feels like there is a burr from the drill ! Still not fixed !!

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elephant replied on Sun, Mar 29 2015 7:18 AM
Aussie Michael:

:-( Can see the marketing is in full force :-(

I got mine courtesy of Simon only to find on the night that he has left [:\'(]

I was introduced to David his replacement who was pleasant and keen.

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elephant replied on Sun, Mar 29 2015 7:20 AM
Mikael:

I went to my local dealer, and it was a nice evening, but nothing new.

Some finger food and drinks, and a live performance using 2x Beolab 20

We had a true live performance -- a lady playing a harp.

My wife said "this is a bit ironic"

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Did get the invite, but didn't go. 90km there and 90 back so... 

Too long to list.... 

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9 LEE replied on Sun, Mar 29 2015 11:48 AM

elephant:

We had a true live performance -- a lady playing a harp.

My wife said "this is a bit ironic"

LaughingLaughingLaughing

 

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Chris replied on Sun, Mar 29 2015 12:44 PM

I went on Thursday also. Dealer's Champagne was excellent (as always, we collect at the same house in France). But most visitors where mostly interested in the snacks. Bit disappointing.

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Dave replied on Mon, Mar 30 2015 12:15 PM

LOL! That is odd, it would have been more relevant if they had her playing along with other instruments playing from their ALT speakers...

Not that I'm local anymore, but no invite in my email either.

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