Having been invited to attend Audio Jumble several times by John Howes, in the past I have sadly not yet been able to attend myself, but at the recent National Audio Show held at Whittelbury Hall Mike Butler of Track Audio said that he was going to be attending, so I asked him if he would take some photos of the event – in order to help AIHFA present a photo report.
Mike was there along with Vincent Luke of AMR as they were doing demonstrations of AMR, Track audio and Howes Acoustics products in a side room – just off the main trading area – so I am well aware that asking Mike if he could take some photos was a big ask. However being the gentleman he is, Mike has indeed taken a few photos of the event and some selected equipment and has passed them onto me for publication in Adventures in High Fidelity Audio – thank you Mike.
Certainly from the photos it looks like it was a very interesting event and I know many audio enthusiasts on the UK mainland look forward to attending this bi-annual audio fair where they get an opportunity to see, buy and photograph all manner of vintage right through to modern audio equipment. Hopefully some time in the future I will be able to take John up on his invite.
John Howes – in the middle – Audio Jumble’s organiser, a true gentleman, audio historian, audio designer and the man behind Howes Acoustics.
Audio Jumble 2012 – at The Angel Leisure Centre Tonebridge Kent England.
As mentioned in the main text Abbingdon Music Research (AMR) were exhibiting in a side room along with Track Audio and Howes Acoustics.
Vincent Luke of AMR, Mike Blackwood 0f Howes Acoustics, Bony from Emporium West.
More information on the Audio Jumble can be found here http://www.audiojumble.co.uk/
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