DC Hi-Fi Group/Capital Audiofest Audio Rummage Sale+Vinyl Event
When: Sunday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Historic Garrett Park Town Hall, 10814 Kenilworth Ave., Garrett Park, MD 20896
The DC Hi-Fi Group and The Capital Audiofest are holding the First Annual Member/Dealer Audio Rummage Sales+Vinyl event in Garrett Park, MD on Oct. 14th. Individual and DCHFG dealer members are selling off their used gear, b-stock, scratch and dent, and classic audio pieces, as well as new/used vinyl and turntable gear, home theater and pro audio.
Over 20 tables of gear will be at the event. It is open to the DCHFG membership and the public. Free admission. Cash-only sales unless otherwise noted by the vendors. Drinks and lunch will be available to DCHFG members. Non-members who sign up for annual or bi-annual membership terms are eligible to win prizes, which will include used gear, an external SSD, HDtracks free album download and trial subscription to Roon.
The Capital Audiofest will provide information about the Nov. 2-4 Expo, the premiere East Coast audio show, Rockville Hilton Hotel. Oct. 5 Deadline To Reserve Your Table.
DCHFG Members who want to sell their used gear (we hall have lots of stuff, don’t we) and records at the Oct. 14 event need to reserve their table space by Oct. 5. We have space for 22 tables. Table space fee is $30 per table for individual members and $50 for dealer/manufacturer/service provider members. Non-member space fee is $90. Click here to download the table reservation form that can be mailed back with the check, payable to The DC Hi-Fi Group.
Members are encouraged to bring their own tables. We recommend the Rubber Maid-style, six ft. plastic folding tables. Street parking and nearby school parking lot available to attendees.
After the fun and sun at the beach, DCHFG got back to business with a demonstration by DCHFG Industry Member McGary Audio featuring their tube amplifier . Thanks to all that attended.
I have just created a thread on the DCHFG forum for the discussion of building your own Roon Labs music library and streaming audio system. My introductory post gives some background history of how we got here and then introduces the Roon system. My next post will begin a discussion on how I built my own Roon Core OS server and incorporated it into to my home network of streaming players.
If you own more than a couple hundred CDs, I think you owe it to yourself to take a look at the Roon system that I guarantee will unlock more value from your collection than you may have thought.
Tom now pulls back the veil to describe how he created this passion project in the latest issue of audioXpress magazine on newsstands now. This is probably the DIY project of the year and it does not disappoint.
DCHFG’s Paul Elliot also provided the cover shot for the article.
If you have had any doubts about joining DCHFG, you will find there is a very high caliber of audio enthusiasts like Tom and Paul that you will enjoy getting to know. Join now!
Another successful and well attended DCHFG meeting in a new spacious location. Thanks to all that attended. Also, thanks to Dennis Cern from Martin Logan for bringing his great speakers to entertain us!