NO shutdown at Ft. Mason! BURNING AMP 2013 will be This Weekend, October 6th in San Francisco!

Doors open at 8:00 for loading in equipment. Show starts at 10:AM, Ends at 7:00PMBuilding “C” Second floor. No Pre-registration required.

Here’s an article about a previous Burning Amp

Directions via Google Maps
Download a map to Fort Mason Center

You don’t have to bring any components. It’s fun to just see and hear other people’s stuff.

You don’t need approval to bring something. Just show up with it! We always need sources ( disk players, turntables with preampsComputers with DACs)

Admission is $30, 5 listening rooms & one large room for presentations and demonstrations

Lunch available:

Fine Sausages on Baguettes,  Veggie Italian sausages also. With refreshments

 

 

Interesting Rooms – 2013

Pass Pub:
“Amp Camp Amp Wonderland: Amp Camp Amps with a bunch of loudspeakers that you can makes which work well with them”

Linkwitz Room:
“Lx521 Loudspeaker With a New, Mini DSP Digital Crossover Developed by Dave Reite to Replicate Siegfried Linkwitz Analog Crossover”

The Big Room:

Presentations: See “Presentations” Below
Audition the Smyth Realizer: With Jan Didden
Swap Meet: Really Great Stuff For Sale
Give-Away Raffle: Win Some Great Stuff!
Linear Systems Table: Devices and T-shirts

Presentations at Burning Amp 2013

Product Presentation: Jan Didden, Linear Audio, Elektor, and audioXpress magazines:
“The Smyth Realizer, Convincing Headphone Audio At Last? ”
” The Sequencer- How it works”

Keynote presentation-Nelson Pass, Amp God, Pass Labs
“The simplest Amp and other stories”

Keynote Presentation-Scott Wurcer, Fellow, Analog Devices
“A History of Discrete Op-Amp Design With Some Circuit Ideas”

 

One Month to the Burning Amp Festival!

Sunday, October 6th, 2013 will be the day, and the site will be the same as last year:
Fort Mason San Francisco, Building “C”, Second Floor.

We’ll have great presentations in the Big Room, as well as the famed raffle, a swap meet,
manufacturer’s and demonstration tables, lunch and refreshments. Also five listening rooms, packed with DIY systems and components on display. Bring the amp or speakers or whatever else you made and we’ll swap it in to be heard. If your component doesn’t quite work, bring it to display, you’ll get plenty of advice to get it working.