On September 24th and 25th, Europe’s largest headphone show CanJam Europe is returning to Essen, Germany.
In addition to commercial exhibitors and the free lecture track, the headphone enthusiast community plays a central role at the event. This year, the community will have its own, dedicated community tables right on the show floor to present private headphone setups and to chat with fellow enthusiasts.
Interested parties can register for participation at the Community Lounge via buying a Community ticket. Enthusiasts participating on short notice can register at the show desks, minimum requirement is a personal headphone stack consisting of at least three components to receive the exclusive community wrist bands.
Canjam Europe visitors vote for their Best of Show awards
Visitors of CanJam Europe are once again invited to vote for the highlight products of the show in six different categories. Prizes with a total value of more than EUR 4,000 are raffled off amongst participants.
CanJam Europe, the largest headphone show in Europe, will return to Essen, Germany on September 24th and 25th 2016 for its fourth session Visitors get to try thousands of headphones, hundreds of portable and desktop players, headphone amps, DACs and other accessories for portable hifi from more than 60 exhibitors
Highlights include Sennheiser’s brand new Orpheus HE-1, with a price of 50,000 Euros currently the most expensive headphone in the world or Shure’s electrostatic earphone KSE 1500 at 3,000 Euros. Many manufacturers of custom in-ears will be showcasing demo units of their earphones, which are fitted individually to the customers ear shape and will be taking ear impressions right at the show. If you’re looking for something a little more common, there’ll be headphones for sports, travel, daily commute or hifi at home, which won’t break the bank. In addition to headphones, exhibitors will also be showing portable audio players, which go way beyond MP3, desktop and portable headphone amps for demanding headphones or external DACs, which convert every smartphone into a hi-res hifi device.