Leema and Chord’s activity this weekend at The North West Audio Show 2018.

Leema Acoustics

What: World debut of the (production version) Sirius streaming music server (Pictured)

Elements Ultra phono stage

Tucana II Anniversary Edition integrated amplifier

Reference 2 cable range

(Plus Elements range on static display)

Info: Leema Acoustics will debut the production version of the new Sirius streaming music server at the show and for analogue lovers, will also be supporting a vinyl front end with the Elements Ultra phono stage. The new Tucana II Anniversary Edition integrated will be providing the amplification with all cabling from Leema Acoustics’ great value Reference 2 range. Further products from the compact-chassis Elements range will also be on a static display.

Where: Bedroom 4 (Ground floor, Mian Audio Distribution)

Chord Electronics

What: UK debut for Munich-launched Etude amplifier

UK debut for Munich-launched Hugo TT 2 desktop amp/DAC

BLU MKII digital/CD transport with M Scaler technology

DAVE DAC/preamp/headphone amp

TToby stereo power amp

Info: The world’s leading digital audio and amplification specialist will have two systems at show and will UK-debut the Munich-launched Etude stereo power amplifier and Hugo TT 2 DAC/pre/headphone amp. The new Etude features the Kent-based manufacturer’s first all-new amplifier topology in nearly thirty years and the new Hugo TT 2 increases processing power five-fold over the original. The company’s best value amplifier in the range, the TToby, will provide amplification duties for the new Hugo TT 2.

Chord Electronics will also have its ground-breaking BLU MKII M Scaler technology upsampling digital transport and DAVE DAC/preamp combination, described by What Hi-Fi? as the finest transport they’ve heard. The duo represents the most advanced digital replay system in the world and is one not to miss. Speakers will be provided by KEF: Reference 1 on the Choral Etude system and the LS50 on the TT system.

 

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