Chord Electronics will be at the Festival of Sound for the third time this year.  If you didn’t get a chance to experience the new Chord Hugo M Scaler at CanJam London then you’ve got another chance at the Festival Of Sound the last weekend in September.

You can read more about the new Hugo M Scaler upscaler here.

Chord will be running the new M Scaler alongside the TToby power amplifier and many other products, including Hugo TT2, Dave DAC and Choral Etude amplifier that was launched at Munich 2018..

Catch Chord Electronics on the 2nd floor in room D6 Barsac, 28th to 30th of September 2018 at the Novotel Hammersmith, London. More info here and of course more to follow on Hifi Pig.


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