As well as the many rooms at Bristol Sound and Vision there are also plenty of static stands and displays, many giving visitors the chance to try out headfi gear, see interesting demos and get their hands on the newest offerings from many brands.  Here’s our round up on what there was to see and play with, mainly in The Bristol Suite and the corridors of the show. 

Tonar, for all things vinyl related

Ruark Audio

Diverse Vinyl, always busy with record collectors!

Townshend Audio

Pristine Vinyl

MCRU & Vinyl Adventure

Henley Audio’s static stand featuring Pro-Ject and Jamo

Lots of headfi goodies from Team iFI

The Innuos stand always attracts a crowd

Audio Technica

Pioneer and Teac

Atlas Cables showing the hand-made process

Puritan Audio Labs with their very simple and effective mains power cleaning dem

Headfi with Chord Electronics

Audeze with Astell & Kern (and some more Chord), always popular with the Headfi crowd


Melco, attracting a lot of interest

Hifi Racks with a wide selection of their wares


Dr Jonathan from Keith Monks, he’s cleaning records not drinking the cleaning fluid, honest!

The Chord Company cables, always popular

Meze Headphones

Dynaudio’s static stand of their new, intelligent all in one system, Music





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