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CanJam SoCal 2022 Show Report  By Emiko

CanJam SoCal 2022 Show Report
Aural adventures and dynamic innovations!
CanJam SoCal 2022 Show Report By Emiko
I'm chuckling as I write this. I honestly thought two days of headphones would be plenty. Ha! CanJam SoCal proved me otherwise. I arrived bright and early at the Marriott in Irvine, CA on Saturday, September 17th (day one of two) to a vibe! CanJam SoCal 2022 was bubbling with energy, smiles, laughter, and yes, audible music. Previous CanJams I had attended were somewhat more mellow and quiet but for whatever reason, this one was sprinkled with some serious magic. Now, full disclosure, I know what it is to put on an audio show. I'm Senior VP of T.H.E. Show. So my kudos and congratulations to the CanJam SoCal crew are heartfelt.
---> CanJam SoCal 2022 Show Report By Emiko.

 

 

High-End Audio & Music Industry News

UK Audio Show 2022 Is This Weekend

The UK Audio Show Is This Weekend
As the UK Audio Show rushes towards 70 exhibitors who will showcase over 170 top brands, this could this be the biggest and most diverse event to date! With over 10 hours of special events, a host of new exhibitors a/ products, great venue, press members in attendance, and overseas trade visitors substantially increased, this year's show looks to be their best ever. The show will occupy the whole of the Staverton Park Hotel complex at Daventry, as it increases its National and International status. Further plans include a major concert on the show's Saturday evening, along with an increased presence of keynote speakers, workshops and listening sessions during show days.
---> The UK Audio Show Is This Weekend.

 

 

Happy 40th Birthday To The Compact Disc

Happy 40th Birthday To The Compact Disc
First launched in Japan during 1982, the Sony CDP-101 was the world's first commercially released compact disc (CD) player. The system was launched in Japan on October 1, 1982 at a list price of 168,000 yen (~$730). The Japan-only launch was said to be because Philips, Sony's technology partner in the development of the CD format, was unable to meet the original agreed launch date. Sony agreed to delay the launch of the format outside Japan by six months. Philips launched their CD100 during November 1982.
---> Happy 40th Birthday To The Compact Disc.

 

 

High-End Audiophile / Immersivephile Hi-Fi Gear Review Magazine

Enjoy the Music.com's October Reviews
Plus Our CanJam SoCal 2022 Report
This month's magazine features our extensive CanJam 2022 show report by Emiko plus editorials from leading premium audio magazines! We also have two videos within this issue, including one describing Elon Musk's home audio system! All that and more within our October Review Magazine. As always, in the end what really matters is that you... enjoy the music.
---> Enjoy the Music.com's October Review Magazine.

 

 

Capital Audiofest 2022: Book Your Rooms Now

Capital Audiofest 2022 Will Be HUGE!
Capital Audiofest (CAF) is going to be bigger and better than ever! For those attending, be prepared to enjoy the USA's largest industry-operated luxury audio show. This year's CAF show will feature more retailers, manufacturers, headphones, vinyl vendors, live music, seminars and media personalities. Scheduled from November 11th through 13th at the Hilton Hotel in Rockville, MD, Capital Audiofest 2022 is the Northern East Coast's favorite audio show. With the show hotel sold out and nearby hotels also about to sell out, we highly recommend you reserve your room ASAP! CAF is widely recognized as a fun, friendly, and family-oriented show with great weather in a safe environment.
---> Capital Audiofest 2022 Will Be HUGE!

 

 

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HIFICRITIC Magazine  HiFi Media Magazine  The Absolute Sound

 

 

High-End Audio Show Reports

CanJam SoCal 2022 Show Report -- Headphones, HeadFi, Headamps, and More!
CanJam SoCal 2022

 

Pacific Audio Fest 2022 Show Report
Pacific Audio Fest 2022

 

T.H.E. Show 2022 Report
T.H.E. Show 2022

 

HIGH END Munich 2022 Show Report
HIGH END Munich 2022

 

AXPONA 2022 Chicago Show Report
AXPONA 2022

 

Salon Audio Montreal / Audio Fest 2022 Show Report
Montreal Audiofest 2022

 

Florida Audio Expo 2022 Show Report
Florida Audio Expo 2022

 

Capital Audiofest 2021 Show Report (CAF 2021)
Capital Audiofest 2021

 

---> More Show Reports

 

Ampsandsound Red October Integrated Amplifier Review

Ampsandsound Red October Int. Amp. Review
Engaging, toe-tapping, fun, and tonally correct.
Review By Sam Rosen
Ampsandsound continues to surprise and delight me. Last year it was with the Rockwell, which showed me what a DHT amplifier built around a less well known tube could do. ampsandsound also rolled out the new Agartha and converted their entire lineup (with the exception of the Rockwell) to novel (9-pin) input tubes. For a small company, Justin Weber (the owner of ampsandsound) is making big changes at a speed rarely seen in high-end audio. Good news for me and everyone else, he had a few more surprises in store and one of them was the Red October. The Red October, is a no-holds-barred 300B single-ended tube amplifier. It is built on his rolled steel chassis with beautiful point-to-point and turret board construction. While the amplifier itself is built on a single chassis, it is a true dual mono design. Each channel has its own separate power supply, and the only shared components are headphone jacks, outputs, and inputs.
---> Ampsandsound Red October Int.  Amp. Review.

 

 

Dreaming In Traffic With The McIntosh MX1375 & Jeep Grand Wagoneer Review

Dreaming In Traffic With The McIntosh MX1375 & Jeep Grand Wagoneer
Two Iconic American brands. The McIntosh MX1375 and Jeep Grand Wagoneer make really sweet music together.
Review By Ian White

As the 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer cut through Manhattan on its way to the Holland Tunnel, Joshua Dellinger gently raised the volume on the McIntosh MX1375 Reference Entertainment System and it became abundantly clear why the folks in Binghamton and Detroit decided to make this project a reality. After our coverage of the 2021 Houston Auto Show where we were given one of our first opportunities to experience this system, there was a surprising amount of pushback from audiophiles who could not understand why the most successful and respected brand in high-end audio selected Jeep as the showcase for their statement automotive entertainment system.
---> Dreaming In Traffic With The McIntosh MX1375 & Jeep Grand Wagoneer.

 

 

Interview With David Chesky On Music And his new venture the Audiophile Society.

Interview With David Chesky
On Music And his new venture the Audiophile Society.
Plus a very special half-off code for Enjoy the Music.com friends.
Article By Steven R. Rochlin
The Audiophile Society is the brainchild of composer, pianist, and audio pioneer David Chesky. The new label will focus on bringing even more realistic three-dimensional recordings to market with their Mega-Dimensional Sound, The Audiophile Society's name for their unique two-channel 3D audio that can play on all existing two-channel stereo, while showcasing emerging artists working in a multitude of genres. The ultimate goal of The Audiophile Society is to change the way you hear music.
---> Interview With David Chesky Concerning Music.

 

 

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