Music Matters 2018 will take place July 12 at our Albuquerque showroom. This eagerly anticipated event offers compelling demonstrations of cutting-edge speakers and electronics, as well as tips on how to get the most of streaming audio, hi-def audio files and more. Whether you’re a dyed in the wool audiophile or you just want to find out how to make your computer music sound better, this is the event for you!
Our special guest is Robert Harley, editor in chief of The Absolute Sound, the world’s most respected magazine on high-performance audio. He’s also the author of The Complete Guide to High-End Audio, Introductory Guide to High-Performance Audio Systems and Home Theater for Everyone and has written more than 1,000 product reviews and articles on high-quality music reproduction.
See what’s new at ListenUp in Albuquerque and meet factory representatives from such venerable brands such as Bowers & Wilkins, Sonus faber, Cambridge Audio, McIntosh, Revel, AudioQuest, Audeze and more.
Music Matters event July 12
Multiple 40-minute sessions starting at 5pm
6916 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
RSVP at the number above, or register here.
Here are this year’s manufacturers:
Arcam – Audeze – AudioQuest – B&W – Cambridge Audio – Focal – McIntosh – MOON – Revel – Sonus faber and more!
We’ll be showcasing an awesome system that includes the Focal Maestro Utopia III Evo floorstanding speakers, the latest evolution of the Utopia III line. The Maestro boasts Focal’s finest elements: cables made in France, denser acoustic materials inside the subwoofer, double terminal boards and separate crossovers. Plus, it now offers bi-amplification, just like the top-of-the-line Grande Utopia EM and Stella.
Also featured will be the new MOON 390 preamp/DAC/music streamer, which incorportes a state-of-the-art high-res DAC and built-in support for MQA and several streaming music services.
Watch this space for more info as we get closer to showtime!
Take a look at the video below for some highlights from our recent Music Matters event in Denver: