NJ Audio Society?

I have written to the email addresses published each issue in Stereophile magazine, yet receive no response. Can someone tell me what's up with this organization?

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I would be interested in a local audio club in
southern NJ.. I am in Marlton...east of Phila 12 Miles.
Contact me with any interest...
Custom Audio LLC
Duddley: E-mail me with your information and I'll send you the scoop. Don't know why you haven't been getting through, unless S-phile has my address wrong. Our next meeting is this Sunday in the Mattawan area, Audes is showing its stuff.

Audioman4, while NJAS has meetings in central Jersey as far down as Bordentown and Brick on a lot of occasions, you should get in touch with member Slipknot on this site, he's in your area (Moorestown) and has started an informal listening group. Check the thread South Jersey Audio Club.
Contact Rcprince, Audiogon member and acting NJAS president.

Another A-goner, Slipknot1 is trying to form a club in South Jersey. And I believe there is a Philadelphia Audio Society for those in that area...
Hi Duddley-
What part are you in? We have just started (albeit informally) something down here in Southern NJ. We got 4 people together at my place on 2/1.

Audioman4: check your email.

Rushton (Phila. Audio group): If you read this, I see you recently hosted one at your place. Maybe at some point, if there is interest, we could get both groups together for a gathering or two....
I am always up for some critical listening and tinkering of sorts. If joe is in I guess sure why not, I'll go, do, be, exist and join in the doings.

I'm in Hillsborough - near Duddley and Rdean. Please let me know if anyone wants to make a Somerset/Hunderton/Mercer/Middlesex/... club.
Geoff: You're a ways out west from many of our meetings, but we have had recent meetings in Branchburg and Warren, so you might find some of the meetings interesting and accessible. As far as what goes on, we try to vary it--some demonstrations by equipment manufacturers (this month is a Cary Audio presentation with Dennis Had, last month a Linn presentation), some instructional meetings with members talking about or demonstrating tweaks, room acoustics, speaker design, etc., some musical programs, a trip to a recording studio, or just plain hanging out and listening to music. Sort of a nice way to spend a day with people who don't think you're completely nuts when you talk about wires making a difference!
Listens2tubes--I e-mailed you directly. We have a meeting at my house tomorrow. Give me a call if interested in coming.
I went to a NJAS meeting once quite a few years ago. My kids were quite young and my wife was working weekends at the time, so my free time was pretty much non-existent, and I wasn't able to get to another meeting back then. The kids are older now, and my wife is no-longer working, so I've got more time available and would enjoy meeting and talking with others who have an interest in audio.

I'm just a mile and a half from GSP Exit 165
I haven't been to a meeting in awhile - distracted by taking my Porsche to the track! But they're an active group. See info from newsletter below.

Our meetings are held on the 3rd Sunday afternoon of every month (with occasional exceptions), and meeting sites alternate between northern and south central New Jersey locations, usually at a member’s home. We encourage and welcome anyone interested in high performance LP and CD playback systems to join and participate through active membership. Annual dues are $30. Membership includes a subscription to The Source, the publication of the New Jersey Audio Society, and invitations to attend meetings as well as to communicate through the submission of material or letters for publication in the newsletter and participate in our newsgroup site on the web.

If you have any questions about membership, send an e-mail or call: Russ Prince, President, (973-743-5450, russ.prince@zaisgroup.com), or Jim Glynn, Treasurer (732-377-3773; jim@gngdiscoveries.com). For more information and to print an application form, go to: www.gngdiscoveries.com/njas/njas.htm.
The only change from what Rdean posted is the URL address, which has changed to http://njas.gngdiscoveries.com/. I'd suggest just contacting me, preferably at the Zaisgroup address above, for more information.

Rdean, while you're racing your Porsche, ever run into (not literally, of course) the head of my company (Christian Zugel)? And feel free to come back to the NJAS anytime!
Hi Russ,

I got your email, thanks.

Just as a heads-up, the link you posted asks for an ID and Password.
I could tell you those, but then I'd have to kill you.

Actually, I don't remember them myself, that's why I suggest contacting me.
Just an FYI - I was able to attend the NJAS Holiday meeting, and join. I had a wonderful time, and met some great people who share this hobby (sickness?). If you're in the area and have the time, it's a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Would like to join...or at least visit some of the meetings...new to the hobby but very excited to learn more.
I am in Flemington area but frequent Norther NJ (Clifton)

We have a meeting this Sunday 1/18 in Branchburg. Email me and I'll send you a pdf of our newsletter with all the details.
Juancgenao: Please send a message to Audiogon member Rcprince. He is currently president of the NJAS, and will provide you with the information you seek.
Juan--I e-mailed you a couple of times on this, and have not heard from you. Please get in touch with me and I'll give you the details.

Russ Prince
Hello All,
I live in Berlin,NJ area. Not too far from Philly. Id love to meet some fellow audiophiles, especially Analog minded ones. Im heavily into Vinyl, and Reel to Reel decks. I have 5 Reel to Reels and all have been brought to, or better than Factory Specs. Even had Heads replaced with Original Heads, on Tandbergs which I have 2 of, and I have TEAC and AKAI as well, sold my TASCAM. Ray
email address: rayr0683@comcast.net

Thanks, I appreciate it, Ray
Rayr2: If you are still interested, contact Rcprince, president of the NJAS.
Rayr2: Our meeting this weekend (the 18th) is actually in Cinnaminson, pretty near you, at Audiogon member Slipknot's place. It will be an analog meeting, vinyl and some RTR as well. You might also consider joining the Philadelphia group, of which Slipknot is a member, as well, it's a good group and close by you.
The NJ Audio Society will hold its annual picnic on Sunday, August 15th, 2010, at the home of member John Pluta. All are welcome. For more information, please send me a private message.
The New Jersey Audio Society is pleased to announce its October meeting!

The theme is DIY electronics.

We will be welcoming Mr. Bob Cordell, who will introduce his new book on Class-D amplifier design.

Our host, Jack Walton, will be bringing his system to provide music, so please bring anything you'd like to hear.

Jack describes his system: "...my DIY Pass Class-A Amplifiers, including F5, F4; my version of Stu Yaniger's Balanced Tube "Impasse" Preamp, a stock and modified Adcom GFP-565 preamplifier. Sources will include my Sony XA5400ES player and a Linn LP-12, but I would welcome other programming material. Speakers will include the DIY Mass Loaded "Thor's", my Pioneer-TAD S3ex if I can find some incredible hulk to help me move them, and recently fitted out Fostex "Metronomes". I will put black electrical tape on the Pioneer logo so that the cognoscenti won't be offended. My tastes in music run to opera and choral music so I would encourage others to bring music for their ears. I could bring my Pioneer SX-1250 to demonstrate a truly offensive phono preamplifier."

Other members plan to bring their DIY creations to connect to Jack's system as well.

Also, we will have our annual swap meet. All are welcome to bring and offer for sale or trade electronic components, hifi gear, CDs, LPs, etc., anything audio-related.

Dues are $30.00/year, and guests are welcome to try out the NJAS by attending a meeting prior to becomming a member.

The meeting will be held on Sunday, October 24th, at 2:00 p.m., in the basement of Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 217 Prospect Street, South Orange, NJ (side entrance on 4th Street).

Please email or post any questions.
Check out the Capital Audiofest 2011 updates. Hope to see you there. www.capitalaudiofest.com
Check out www.njaudiosociety.com, that will give you the information you need. You're a bit south of most of our members, though we do have people coming from PA and Delaware to our meetings on a regular basis. You should also check out the Philadelphia society, they're close to you (you live very close to Audiogon member Slipknot); check either with him or A-gon member Trelja about that fine group.
NJAS has a new president and new contact info. From now forward please address all questions to: Neal Patrone, email: neal.patrone@njaudiosociety.com.

Thank you.
Please check out the New Jersey Audio Society! Our next meeting is Sunday, October 22nd, at 2:00 p.m. in Jackson, NJ. For more info, contact club president Neal Patrone:

Guests are welcome to try us out before joining.
The next meeting of the NJ Audio Society will take place at the home of member and speaker designer Andrej Ljolje in Morris Plains on Sunday, November 17th. Guests are welcome to check us out. For more info, please see our web site: www.njaudiosociety.com
The next meeting of the NJ Audio Society will take place on Sunday, January 19th, in Colonia, NJ. Featured guest will be Robert Witrak of High Definition Tape Transfers.com, a high resolution files specialist who will demonstrate and compare high-resolution file formats including DSD. Several DSD-capable DACs will be on hand for demonstration.

Guests are welcome to check us out at any meeting. For more details, contact Neal Patrone, club president, at: npatrone@verizon.net
The February meeting of the New Jersey Audio Society will take place on Sunday, February 9th, at the home of member Brian Kheel in Highland Park. The meeting will feature his Rives' designed listening room, and guest speaker Tom Curnin of Bravo A/V, a Rives' representative. This meeting will include both digital and vinyl sources.

Guests are welcome to check us out. For more details and directions, please contact club president, Neal Patrone: neal.patrone@njaudiosociety.com
I've Got two other buddies that get together about once a month and are open to adding to that . Have a tight space for listening at home but was thinking of a conference room at a local hotel so we can bring gear to compare and discuss. Has anyone gone that route?