Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by TheVinylAddict, Aug 10, 2018 at 12:00 PM.
Nice! I guess retirement didn’t sit well with him. What’s the name of it?
I'll second Brooks Berdan in Monrovia. Always enjoyable. Great gear, knowledgeable Staff.
Used to go to a couple of other places in LA in SD area that have closed in the last couple of years.
I have not been there yet, nor do I know the name....he shares space with a vintage book seller. I believe his phone number has not changed.
Perhaps that's "Recycled Records" on Hover Street? If you're looking for vinyl in Boulder there's also Bart's.
As a matter of fact, Bruce does have a pair of Revel F208s for demonstration. I bought a pair of the F206 from him. I would have picked up the F208s, but I don't have the space for them.
Wow, thanks for that.... I thought I asked him that last time I spoke with, but clearly I did not recall correctly ....
That is great news, that means he has both the Vandy 2ce and 3a, and the F208, two that I want to hear side by side!
I just bought a pair of 3A's from Audio Alternative in Ft. Collins. He's a Vandersteen dealer.
Let us know when you are going to Stereo Unlimited, we may be able to "meet up'.
Just a thought.
If you get a chance PM me. I would like to discuss my recent Vandersteen purchase with you.
You're welcome! I stopped by there earlier today, and saw that the Revels were still there. Good luck on the speaker auditioning!
Audio Element for sure.
Add Shelly's Stereo in Woodland Hills if you have the time.
Another long-term store, recommended for used vinyl (if you're up for a drive) is Black & Read on Wadsworth in Arvada - a bit south from Broomfield but worth it.
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