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BIG NAD ELECTRONICS DISPLAY AT RMAF 2018

New NAD products on display at RMAF 2018: NAD C 588 turntable, D3045 DAC/Amp and C 658 DAC/preamp/BluOS streamer combo.

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MITCHELL & JOHNSON SHOWING FLAGSHIP 800 SERIES AT RMAF 2018

Great Britain's Mitchell & Johnson is taking its affordable British-made 800 Series pre and power amp to Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2018.

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MURAUDIO SP-1 ELECTROSTATIC SPEAKERS ON SHOW AT RMAF 2018

Muraudio's newly released SP1 electrostatic loudspeakers will be at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2018 Oct. 5-7.

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CHORD ELECTRONICS M SCALER AND HUGO TT 2 USA DEBUT AT RMAF 2018

Chord Electronics will be unleashing their new M Scaler and Hugo TT 2 stateside for the first time at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2018.

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LEEMA ACOUSTICS TAKING RAFT OF NEW PRODUCTS TO RMAF 2018

Leema Acoustics is heading to Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2018 with Sirius server, Tuscana II amp, Pulse IV amp and Elements CD player.

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HI-FI SHOW LIVE ON COURSE TO GET RACIER

After six years in Windsor, the Hi-Fi Show Live show will move to a new venue in 2019.

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FESTIVAL OF SOUND TICKET HOLDERS GET SURPRISE BONUS FROM YAMAHA

The Festival of Sound will soon be here, and now there's even more reason to attend as ticket prices for the live concerts have been dramatically reduced in price.

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THE FESTIVAL OF SOUND CELEBRATES MUSIC AND SOUND IN LONDON

Across three days in September, The Festival Of Sound, is an event featuring talented live performers, a selection of the work of the rock industry’s most famous photographers and a working display of hi-fi systems, headphones and portable audio ...

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WORLD’S FIRST 24.10.10 DOLBY ATMOS DEMONSTRATION BY KRIX

Krix bringing huge Dolby Atmos cinema to Melbourne Hi-Fi Show 2018

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IT’S ALL ABOUT LIVE MUSIC AT FESTIVAL OF SOUND

Running for two years as The Indulgence Show, the newly named Festival of Sound will be landing in London in September. It's also building up a roster of respected musicians to perform at this year’s event,

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BOWERS & WILKINS BRINGING THE NOISE AT FESTIVAL OF SOUND

Festival of Sound 2018 brings in the Bowers & Wilkins Sound System as their ultimate PA for live acts at the UK hi-fi show.

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FESTIVAL OF SOUND: FEATURING ART OF NOISE

Art of Noise co-founders JJ Jeczalik and Gary Langan are the latest band to be added to the ever-growing line-up for this year's Festival of Sound. The duo have the headline slot at 8pm on Friday 28 September 2018 at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith

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NEW NAME AND A FRESH OUTLOOK FOR THE BRISTOL SHOW

Known to many as simply, The Bristol Show, its official name was The Bristol Sound & Vision Show. However, we now know that it has officially changed its name to The Bristol Hi-Fi Show – a move that sees it return to its audio roots.

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INDULGE THE FESTIVAL OF SOUND THIS SEPTEMBER

The Indulgence Show that has ran for the past two years was such a success that it has morphed this year into the Festival of Sound: the Music and Audio Show.

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SGR AUDIO: FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO THE WORLD STAGE

The UK has Rega, Cambridge Audio, Linn, B&W, and dozens more. The US has Audio Research, Krell, Mark Levinson, and the list goes on. Australia has a new hero, SGR Audio.

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REVIEW: HULGICH AUDIO ASTOR LOUDSPEAKERS

StereoNET reviews new Australian brand, Hulgich Audio, and their flagship Astor floorstanding 3-Way loudspeaker that quite simply offers a hell of a lot of speaker for the money.

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DOHMANN IS BACK WITH THE HELIX TWO TURNTABLE

There were turntables aplenty at this year’s Munich High End show. There’s no doubt, the vinyl ship has far from sailed yet, at least the second time around.

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