UK Hifi and AV distributor, Karma-AV will have several new products on show at The Bristol Hifi Show this year.

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McIntosh has announced the RS200 Wireless Loudspeaker System.

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ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker brand, will be demonstrating its loudspeaker technologies at the Bristol Hifi Show 2019, with a speaker and subwoofer (2.1) combination.

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Kanto’s TUK features a newly-designed Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeter  complemented by an aluminium concave-cone woofer and a 65 watt-per-channel amplifier. It offers versatile wireless and wired connection options, making it an all-in-one speaker system.

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The second generation of the Monitor Audio  MASS surround sound system has been designed to deliver an improved audio performance from smaller cabinets. More »

Focal introduced it’s 100 Series of custom install speakers last year.  Now they are adding  an in-wall passive bass-reflex subwoofer, the 100 IWSUB8, along with its amplifier: 100 IWSUB8 Amplifier.

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Throughout the day during the Bristol show REL will demonstrate how you can use a REL subwoofer in your system, be it two channel or multi channel home theatre.

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Taga Harmony have added new models to their Platinum V3 range. The Platinum C-100 v.3 and Platinum S-100 v.3, plus the Platinum SW-10 v.3 is a 10” single driver subwoofer, with built-in high-current amplifier and utilising slotted bass port on the rear.

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Henley Audio have announced the full UK introduction of Klipsch’s all new Reference Premiere speaker range.

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An interesting new gadget, BassMe has been developed by the French startup company Studio-Duroy, founded in 2017 by Alban Duroy, Raphaël Guichard and Guillaume Lannoy. BassMe is an “innovative musical device”, a personal and wearable subwoofer that makes users feel music, games and movies. More »

Karma-AV announce the UK availability of the SVS 3000 Series subwoofers, which promise to deliver the brand’s signature bass quality and dynamics from smaller cabinets.  Featuring an all-new 13-inch high-excursion SVS driver powered by 800W RMS of MOSFET amplification and tuned using Analog Devices audio DSP through an innovative SVS smartphone app, the new SB (Sealed Box) and PB (Ported Box) models will offer room control from a wider range of room locations. More »

SVS has announced the new 3000 Series subwoofers. Each new model has a completely new high-excursion SVS driver and an 800 watts RMS, 2,500+ watts peak power Sledge amplifier with discrete MOSFET output. They also come loaded with technology from the flagship 16-Ultra models. More »

The Fyne Audio F3 Series subwoofers combine innovative DDX Direct Digital amplification, advanced DSP and Fyne Audio’s know-how in driver and cabinet design. More »

ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker company will be making its Hifi Show Live debut this month with a system that complements the event’s high-end ethos. More »

Rob Hunt of REL got in touch to tell us more about their latest collaboration with House Of Linn Manchester owners, Brian and Trevor. “House of Linn (Brian and Trevors) have been longstanding believers in the use of REL within the Linn Akurate system for some time now”. More »

Bowers & Wilkins, the British audio brand, has introduced the sixth iteration of its 600 Series speakers.    More »

The newest member of the DALI Subwoofer range is the DALI SUB C-8 D. More »

Denon have announced the new HEOS HomeCinema HS2 wireless soundbar and subwoofer system, the latest addition to their HEOS wireless multi-room range. More »

Integrating a subwoofer into a 2-Channel Hifi system is often far more difficult than adding one in a Home Cinema setup. Both require fine tuning in order to convey a cohesive response and unilateral load of the room, but in order to achieve the speed, poise and polish needed for convincing musical playback, the task of joining the lower frequencies of a subwoofer to the main speakers can be extremely frustrating, yet ultimately rewarding. Dan Worth integrates the £1000 REL T9i Subwoofer into his system. More »

Integrating a subwoofer into a 2-Channel Hifi system is often far more difficult than adding one in a Home Cinema setup. Both require fine tuning in order to convey a cohesive response and unilateral load of the room, but in order to achieve the speed, poise and polish needed for convincing musical playback, the task of joining the lower frequencies of a subwoofer to the main speakers can be extremely frustrating, yet ultimately rewarding. Dan Worth integrates the £1000 REL T9i Subwoofer into his system. More »

ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker brand, will be demonstrating their waveform reproduction technology at this year’s Sound and Vision 2018, following a collaboration with Stockton-on-Tees hi-fi distributor, Decent Audio. More »

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