Complete with text, images and a wide array of sound file interviews, Paul Rigby presents the most extensive Sound & Vision 2015 show report on the Internet (or in print, for that matter)
We begin part two of our extensive show coverage of the Sound & Vision 2015 show report were we left off. As in the previous posting, you will see a range of images for each company, some brief text but the bulk of the information you need from each company will be present within each sound file. Just click on the button to hear each interview. Any issues regarding the images, audio and the like, please read the intro to Part 1 before you message me.
ELAC & NORMA
Norma was showing it’s twin-mono amp design – and when I say twin mono, I really mean twin mono – while Elac had a new range of interesting wall-mounted speakers on show.
Newly launched into the UK (although its been around Europe and the USA for a while now), the company has a new integrated amp plus a featured DAC with an audiophile treatment of Apple’s AirPlay.
The latest evolutionary tweak for this venerable speaker from this (almost) 40 year old company. The seventh generation of the original design, in fact. An interesting chat with Harbeth’s owner who sees speech sources as essential for speaker design.
A new selection of loudspeakers from this company including a wall-mounted speaker and home entertaiment speaker sound system which takes the Sound Bar design approach but adds a few unique tweaks of its own.
Graham Fowler talks about his new headphone amp prototype plus information on partnerships with other companies.
A lifestyle amplifier that allows connections to a wide range of sources from turntables to USB sources. There’s a set of small speakers plus a new turntable.
HEED & PARASOUND
Five new products on the Thesis range from Heed. Parasound is a California-based business known for value for money kit. The company offered a wide array of new technologies here.