Alta Audio, who create home audio loudspeakers, is joining forces with some of the biggest names in audio for their demo room at Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest, September 6th – 8th at the Gaylord Rockies Hotel & Convention Center in Colorado.

Teaming up with Alta Audio in room #9113 will be a mix of Hifi brands including VPI Industries, Krell Industries, Audio-Technica, and ZenSati.

Alta Audio

“In audio, you can certainly judge a brand by the company it keeps,” said Michael Levy, President and CEO, Alta Audio, LLC. “Every one of the audio companies joining us at RMAF is considered a leader in their product category. I’m honored to share the space with some of the most respected names in the business.”

Alec Loudspeaker

In the room, Alta Audio will feature a sneak peek at its new Alec, a new speaker for small-to-midsize rooms. The two-way Alec will ship in September.


Also from Alta will be the Celesta FRM-2M, an update of its full-range monitor, with  engineering that features an advanced-technology design housed in an ultra-hard, ultra-high gloss polyester finished cabinet with both modern and retro design elements, including upgraded cabling, new conductors and capacitors, a new magnetic grille, and l DampHard material that helps to create an acoustically dead, resonance-free speaker.


Krell Audio will demonstrate the Illusion II preamplifier and Duo 300 XD two-channel 300-watt power amplifier. The Illusion II is Krell’s “centerpiece for a world-class stereo system”, featuring a dual monaural design with the left and right channels afforded their own power supply regulation and individual circuit boards.

The Duo 300 XD features Krell Class A Bias Technology, a patent-pending circuit that delivers Class A operation without the excessive heat and wasted energy of conventional designs. Also, on hand will be Krell’s k300i integrated amp in a static display.

VPI & Audio Technica

VPI Industries will showcase its 40th anniversary HW-40 (pictured here with VPI head honcho Shyla Weisfeld), a new direct-drive turntable that features updated direct-drive motor technology, incorporating advances in motion control and materials technologies.

Complementing the HW-40 will be Audio Technica’s AT-ART1000 moving-coil phono cartridge and the AT-SUT1000 MC step-up transformer. The company will also present its flagship ATH-ADX5000 open-air headphones and ATH-AP2000Ti audiophile headphones.


Rounding out the room will be ZenSati’s Zorro series of cables, designed with insulation surrounded by pure air, with no PVC materials.

Added Mr. Levy: “As much as we are all proud of our latest products, we know we need one another’s talent and input to make an indelible impression, especially at one of the most important audio shows of the year.”

For all the up to date RMAF 2019 news and show coverage, check out our Rocky Mountain Audio Fest section here.

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