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The Occasional magazine Winter Edition – Download your copy now

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DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY OF OUR BRAND NEW WINTER EDITION HERE

If you’re reading this than I’m still alive, and none of my family or friends has tied me up, and left me for dead in a trunk, on train tracks, or near a river bank. Pushing out over 140 pages of new, exclusive, curated audiophile, and lifestyle content can get a bit hectic, and it’s always those closest to us that suffer most. So I offer my humble apologies to those who share my life with me: please continue to be awesome, and inspirational, I can’t do this without you.

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Read about the Kondo Overture II in the Winter Edition.

If you’ve read our first edition of The Occasional already, then I thank you, and I hope you’ll enjoy our second edition even more. If you’ve not read the first edition you can open it, or download it HERE.

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Read about Fern & Roby’s horn speaker designs in the Winter Edition.

If you’re ready to digest more of The Occasional, and are into classic Ferraris being raced in Italy, rare Japanese tube amps, and Viking ales or American rum then DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY OF OUR BRAND NEW WINTER EDITION HERE

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Read about John DeVore’s travels in the Winter Edition.

There’s also reel-to-reel tape decks to peruse, horn loudspeaker design, and of course storytelling from California and the legend of Shindo Labs so please read, or DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY OF OUR BRAND NEW WINTER EDITION HERE.

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Read about the legend of Shindo Labs in the Winter Edition.

Thank-you to everyone who contributed, and supported our efforts, we can’t do this without you.

–Rafe Arnott. Creative Director, Editor, The Occasional magazine

About Rafe Arnott (391 Articles)
Editor of InnerFidelity and AudioStream

6 Comments on The Occasional magazine Winter Edition – Download your copy now

  1. Hyperlink doesn’t work on my macbook pro…

  2. another excellent read, thank you !
    one request – please don’t split stories up, eg, page 80 jump to pg125 etc.
    that’s an unpleasant throwback to old print days.

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