By Lisa Johnston
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New York City – High-end audio retailer Stereo Exchange will hold its annual Spring High-End Audio Show in its block-long Manhattan location from Friday, April 12, through Sunday, April 14.
The free event will be open to the public and feature presentations and demonstrations from major audio suppliers. Select products will make their North American debut at the event, the retailer said.
Representatives from such companies as McIntosh, Totem Acoustic, Bowers & Wilkins, Kimber Kable, Bel Canto, Autonomic, Rogers High Fidelity, DeVore Fidelity, VPI, Sonus Faber and Audio Research will be on hand to demonstrate products.
Stereo Exchange will also feature presentations from notable industry figures who will discuss their recent product innovations and forecast the future of the high-end audio industry.
For the event, Stereo Exchange will offer special show pricing on everything in the store at savings up to 25 percent. Extra bonuses will be paid on all equipment trade-ins. The store will also liquidate all pre-owned and demo equipment during the show, which will be at the store’s 627 Broadway location in Manhattan’s SoHo district.
Stereo Exchange went into business 29 years ago by selling used stereo equipment from a small, cramped room in the city, but now it’s a block-long institution that sells brand new high-end audio, video and custom-installation gear. It boasts six listening rooms.
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