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The Bristol Hifi Show is, without doubt, one of the highlights of the Hifi calendar and is VERY popular with industry folk as well as visitors, with a long line of people queuing to get in when we arrived around twenty minutes before doors opening on the Friday. It’s a difficult show for us to get to and involves a couple of long drives and an overnight ferry but to miss the show would be somewhat remiss of us. The organisation of the show is second to none with the press being very well catered for as well as visitors. The excellent and free show guide has brief information about all exhibitors and several very useful floorplans to allow you to easily navigate the many rooms of the show. Facilities at the Marriot are good too with a good bar area where we met brands and readers alike, a restaurant and several areas where refreshments were available. More »

Leema Acoustics’ Stream and Pulse will be on demonstration at The Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2020 in their fourth-generation incarnation.

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Melco, the digital music library manufacturer, will be introducing its new EX Series range, plus its new S100 audiophile data switch, to The Bristol Hi-Fi Show for the first time.

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Hifi Pig chats with Kris Sawicki, the man behind the highly popular North West Audio Show which takes place Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June at De Vere Cranage Hall Estate in Holmes chapel in Cheshire, England.

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AV Industry from France has announced this weekend’s Bristol HiFi Show will host the UK launch of Elipson’s new Legacy Series 3230 loudspeaker. We have spotted them at both Munich and Paris last year, so nice to see them in the UK.

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Auralic has established a world-wide reputation for their streaming products and is partnering Spendor for the fourth successive year at the show.

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ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker specialist, will be demonstrating its  TD510ZMK2 loudspeaker (£3,840), arguably its most acclaimed speaker of the past 12 months, at this year’s Bristol Hi-Fi Show (room 320, Decent Audio).

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Emotiva’s XMC-2 sixteen channel processor and XPA-11 power amp will provide an audiophile core for the latest home theatre surround formats as well as great two-channel sound.

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Dr. Charles Kirmuss inventor, designer and patent holder will be in attendance at the Exhibition along with the UK Kirmuss team, undertaking demonstrations and answering questions.

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Rupert Neve Designs, one of the world’s most famous names in the recording studio, introduced Fidelice, a new product range for the high-fidelity audio market, last year.

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The configuration of the new sub is the same as the original award-winning Rogers AB1 where each subwoofer functions as a stand for the partnering LS3/5a. Each active subwoofer utilises two Rogers LS3/5a bass units.

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Tellurium Q, the sponsor of the Hifi Pig Bristol 2020 coverage, has appeared in one room in Bristol for many years, but this year they have doubled their presence by featuring in two rooms.

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Chord Electronics has launched its second ULTIMA preamp following the introduction of the flagship model in 2018.

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Definitive Audio, the newly appointed UK distributor for KUZMA and Triode Corporation Japan will be presenting an exciting portfolio of new and classic products at Bristol 2020.

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GIK Acoustics will be exhibiting at Bristol and it will be their first appearance in four years.

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For the third year running, Fyne Audio will be attending the Bristol HiFi Show, taking up the same prime position on the ground floor in the Bristol Suite, Stand 1 & 2 and not one, but two Demo Rooms (304 & 306).

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Following on from Meze’s 5 driver Rai Penta IEM, Meze have now released the aptly named single driver Rai Solo IEM. The Rai Solo introduces some new and innovative design features, including Unified Pistonic Motion Technology (UPM).

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