I want to thank Norm, Chris, Hans and Don for making this such a wonderful event. Seeing all those boomboxes together at one time was mind boggling. It is almost overwhelming to have so many boomboxes at your disposal. Your mind goes back and forth as to which one to play with next. You almost find yourself rushing to finish playing with one so you can get to the next one.
The side by side comparisons were a lot of fun. We definitely have to do more of that next year. The one boombox that really surprised me was the Lasonic 920. That sucker is very heavy and built quite well. I was not expecting such solid bass and clean highs from a Lasonic. That boombox should be on everyone's list.
I was in the back yard today taking down all the tables and canopies and reminiscing about the event and it brought a huge smile to my face. That is the first time in my life I have ever been exposed to so many boomboxes at one time and it is something I will never forget. Also a special thank you to Ellen for taking such great pictures. So to everyone who made this event possible....
Totally agree man....mind blowing. And YES, more head to head blasting! That was fun and very surprising to see what radio could out blast the other. We'll have to set up a section for doing just that!
So many radio's didn't even get turned on
I was there from 10:30am - 5:30pm and still ran out of time
If we confirm Fresh Produce, Mac Daddy Freshness, THAFUZZ and =ml= for next year, your gonna need 5 more tables
REGARDING THE TRC-920 YOU SAW....
Mine is Pulverized
You would think that being my namesake that I would have minty one, but no
The case is loose, there are rattles here and there, but fully working. Just imagine a how good one in nice condition will be
We should have battled the 920 vs your M71
Next year....I'm calling you out!