Visiting Shindo Labs April 13, 2009GalleryMatt Visiting the Shindo Laboratories showroom, pork ramen, and then leaving Tokyo, Japan. 3 Comments corton charlemagne el34 amplifier Ken Shindo4 Comments lafon ltd. amplifiers ready for shipping Ken Shindo Ken Shindo 1 Comment building an aurieges preamplifier1 Comment nos (new old stock) tubes Ken Shindo The very first Shindo amp Naoko Mccracken Ken Shindo tea and tubes shindo 301 turntable system Oversized vintage record altec 604 drivers in for field coil conversion final stages of completion shindo vosne-romanee preamplifier1 Comment Ken Shindo2 Comments 1 Comment Ken Shindo, Yoshinobu Shindo 4 Comments Naoko Mccracken Naoko Mccracken 1 Comment Share this:Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) Related Posts
12 thoughts on “Visiting Shindo Labs”
So jealous!!! I’ll have to fly over there when I eventually buy my field coils 😉 Looks like geek heaven.
Looks like you had a great time visiting, Matt. Wonderful photos!
It was amazing.
Noel + Matt, Maybe you guys should plan a trip to their factory in Saitama for the next WordCamp Tokyo 🙂
Fantastic shots! Curious minds want to know everything he said!
It was tough to keep up with, but one thing for sure is that he’ll be making tiny speakers, like desktop size.
Will I be able to crush them with my Godzilla toy?
Cool! In my lifetime I hope to make the pilgramage to the Shindo shrine. Japan is such a cool place to visit – its so different from the West that its surrealistic. I’m jealous also!
I own Shindo, and it’s simply the best. Thanks for sharing Ken Shindo with the world…he deserves it. Not sure if they do!