Wednesday, February 7 marked the Analogue Fellowship’s Annual Inaugural Dinner. A total of 105 members attended the dinner held at The Haven, Tambun. Some came from Hong Kong, Singapore and other parts of the country. The founder of the Analogue Fellowship, Dato’ Danon Han Hong Den, was present.
This fellowship is the first of its kind and by far the biggest gathering for hi-fi (high fidelity) enthusiasts in Malaysia and Singapore.
The dinner began with a welcoming speech by organiser, Daimler Tan. In his speech, he explained the concept of the new logo and proudly presented a video of all members dressed in the red-black Analogue shirt.
“We just want everybody to enjoy themselves and take home more than just a souvenir. We want them to bring home an everlasting friendship,” said Daimler.
The welcoming speech was followed by the traditional lou sang in honour of the Chinese Lunar New Year. A lucky draw was the highlight of the evening. Prizes included audio equipment, accessories, vinyl, a free night’s stay at The Haven, food vouchers and CDs.
Though the fellowship was only established a few years ago, it has a strong Facebook following which has surpassed the 11,000-margin, internationally.
The Analogue Fellowship is destined to be very active, with plenty of exciting activities in the pipeline, especially after the Munich High End (audio exhibition) in May.