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I also met Richard at John's BO last year as well as on a couple of subsequent occasions and found him very frank, forthright and thought provoking. 

I add my condolences to those expressed above.

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RIP Richard. Condolences to his family.

Thanks for the speaker cable.

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Condolences to the family from Down Under too. 

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 My most sincere condolences to Nadia and the rest of the family. Not many get to leave much of a legacy when they are gone but Richard has.

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I don't recall meeting Richard and certainly missed his room at Kegworth, but it always sad to hear of a death and I too send condolences to the family.

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Very sorry to hear that Richard is no longer with us. I owned one of his early (pre-NVA) amplifiers and it gave me many years of musical enjoyment and trouble free use. I remember a HiFi show at Heathrow where almost every speaker demonstration used Richard's amplification to excellent effect. Really great products at affordable prices. It is a very sad loss. Best wishes to all his family. 

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I never met Richard and my only encounter were his posts on this forum. I have been aware of the NVA brand for many years but have still never encountered any personally. I think I may have emailed Richard in the long past when I was new to the hobby to query something, but ultimately didn't take a punt on a product I hadn't heard.

Condolences to his wife family and let's hope that NVA will find a way to live on.

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Wow , he was at the Leamington show  and we chatted . Sad to hear of his passing 

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Share others sentiments and my thoughts are with Richard's family and friends at this sad time..

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I would also like to add my sympathy, along with that of everyone else. I only got to meet him on here, but feel I would have liked to meet Richard in person. Sad loss.

Edited by CnoEvil

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I like to put names to faces and meet forum members but missed the chance with Richard at Kegworth as I didn't get to many rooms and now sorry . RIP Richard.

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We had some differences of opinion, but in real life Richard was a nice guy.  RIP, Richard.

Edited by meninblack

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From the sadly short time Richard was on the Wam he appeared to be the archetypal Wammer - questioning & argumentative but in his case with real experience.
It's sad to hear of his passing - love to his family.

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Met Richard at Kegworth this year, did not always agree with everything he said, but was pleasantly surprised on meeting him. My condolences to his family and RIP Richard.

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