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KLIAVS 2018: CMY to showcase wide range of products

By | June 29th, 2018|Categories: Av2day|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Naim Muso Qb
Naim Muso Qb

 

Naim’s wireless sound systems like the Muso and Muso Qb will be on display at CMY Audio & Visual’s room at next month’s Kuala Lumpur International AV show. Naim’s Uniti family will also be on show.

 

The huge impressive and expensive Naim Statement monoblock amplifiers will make their presence felt just by being there.

 

Metronome Music Center 1
Metronome Music Center 1

 

CMY’s John Yew said his company will be taking the ballroom which will be used to mostly display the products it distributes such as Dynaudio, ProAc, Definitive Technology, Jeff Rowland, Karan Acoustic, Metronome Technologie, Primaluna, Shunyata, Siltech, QED, Clearaudio and Bluesound.… Read the full article

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AXPONA 2018: Bridging the gap with Music Direct

By | June 6th, 2018|Categories: Part-Time Audiofile|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

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Every marketplace has a challenger in the ranks that takes up against the old guard. Even though Music Direct has been around for many years, it’s continued foothold in the internet-shopping-sphere of hi-fi directly reflects the changing times and in my opinion helps future-proof the hobby and industry from the rapidly shifting retail markets. Nine out of nine times when I’m urging a friend to do a little research for products and pricing online, I’m recommending the Music Direct online catalog as a reliable source for when it comes time to buy, or just browse.… Read the full article

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Definitive Technology address the what and the why

By | May 16th, 2018|Categories: DAR|Tags: , , , |

What fresh hell is this? The beer; not the Demand Series of passive standmount loudspeakers from Definitive Technology — which probably sound very good indeed. But I’m none the wiser, even after Munich High-End 2018. Instead, Def Tech’s passive display created an environment in which to learn.

The D11, the D9 and the D7 each sport an aluminium tweeter, a ‘BDSS’ mid-bass driver and an upward-firing passive bass radiator, except for the D7 which swaps the passive radiator for a port.… Read the full article

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