As the Doc has passed and there is uncertainty about the future of Nva are we missing the opportunity to celebrate his ‘work’
An anniversary special edition amp or cable is probably out of the question ( but would be fitting) so-should we have a wake?
A get together of members (yearly) to celebrate, discus, play and show Nva equipment. Who knows it could be the new Glastonbury.
What other ways can we celebrate Richard Dunn and Nva to keep it moving forward - can it be done?
Would it be fitting?
ARB Turntable & 10” dual pivot arm, Grado Reference Prestige 1 MI
Funk Firm Vector V, Acos modified tonearm, Grado Gold Prestige MI
Nva Phono 1 (external psu)
Digital Sources- Denon CEOL Piccolo, iPhone 6s
Amplification-NVA P50, A20 (x2), A60
Speakers- Diy BBCubes on Nva Stands;
Ls6, Ls5; SSP
I had a group of friends over a couple of weeks after Richard had passed away and we spent the evening listening to music on my full NVA system and raised a glass or three to our curmudgeonly friend.
I would love to help a bit with this and could serve coffee and wash up.