Once again the city of Bristol hosted the 2015 Sound and Vision Show organised by specialist audio retailer Audio T and What HiFi and as normal held in the Marriott City Centre Hotel.
The show features a mixture of brands, with the focus more broadly based and slightly less upper reaches High End than other shows, brands such as Naim, Dali, Meridian, Acoustic Research, Arcam, Atlas, Audio Quest, Roksan, B&W, Canton, Chord Company, Chord Electronics, CAD, Creek, Cyrus, Dynaudio, Epos, Exposure, Harbeth, Heed, Kef, JVC, Lema, Musical Fidelity, Naim, Onkyo, Quad, Technics, Tannoy, and Yamaha exhibited, many of these not seen at other UK shows. Unlike other specialist audio UK shows, the Bristol show has a fair dose of Home Cinema at it, point in case What HiFi held demonstrations of Dolby Labs new sound format Dolby Atmos.
The following is a snap shot photo only report, made up of images taken by User 211 (Justin) who visited the show and was kind enough to grant me permission to republish his images. Once again thank you Justin for your generosity.
So in no particular order here is Sound and Vision Bristol 2015
Michell Engineering http://www.michell-engineering.co.uk/
Music First Audio http://www.mfaudio.co.uk/
Tsakiridis Devices http://www.tsakiridis-devices.com/
Project Audio Systems http://www.project-audio.com/
Chord Electronics http://www.chordelectronics.co.uk/
Monitor Audio http://www.monitoraudio.co.uk/home-audio
Musical Fidelity http://www.musicalfidelity.com/
Wilson Benesch http://wilson-benesch.com/
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