WATCH A HIGH END PHONO CARTRIDGE BEING BUILT
Ever wondered about the intricacies of a phono cartridge? Now's your chance to get up close and personal, and watch A.J van den Hul build one of his famous cartridges, live!
A very special event for vinyl lovers on March 16th at Melbourne's Carlton Audio Visual, Aalt Jouk (A.J.) van den Hul, owner of van den Hul audio, the maker of some of the finest cartridges in the world will assemble a cartridge live on stage and talk through the process of making a high end musical instrument.
You can see this demonstration first hand and then participate in a Q&A session with Mr. van den Hul, as he will explain the ethos behind their products. To top it all off there will be some very special pricing available for participants on the night.
The night will kick off at 6:30PM and light refreshments will be provided.
As always, spots are strictly limited and will fill fast. For store details and to book your spot, register at the event page here.
For interstate readers, there will also be an event at Lifestyle Store (Parramatta) on Monday 13th March, and the Grand Hyatt Hotel (Canberra, hosted by Miranda HiFi and Duratone) on Tuesday 14th March. Contact the retailers for more information.
For more information on Van Den Hul visit the brand page.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.
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