SOUND & VISION Festival, Melbourne May 29th-31st

Posted on 27th April, 2015

SOUND & VISION Festival, Melbourne May 29th-31st

Melbourne Hi-Fi and Home Entertainment enthusiasts are set to enjoy a festival of high fidelity audio, all in one place across three days. A chance to get up close and personal with the designers and manufacturers of favourite hi-fi components, AudioTrends will open their doors to showcase the latest in technology.

The AudioTrends Sound & Vision Festival, in conjunction with official media partner StereoNET, is set to inject life into everyone's musical journey. With programmed individual performances from each exhibitor, there won’t be any wandering from room to room listening to yet another audiophile CD being played. Each manufacturer has been allocated time and space over the three days to present their products in a more focused environment.

Across seven custom built sound studios, and the state-of-the-art showroom, representatives from thirty premium Audio Visual brands will be conducting short seminars and demonstrating their latest products.

Just some of the brands being showcased include Quad, Isotek, Naim, Yamaha, Rega, NAD, OPPO, Sonos, Sony, Magnepan, Vienna Acoustics, HEOS, Cambridge Audio, Primare, Richter, Paradigm and many more.

Well-known food vendor Peking Duck (Melbourne Night Market fame) alongside coffee vendors, are set to create a true festival atmosphere.

Show Schedule

The festival is set to run at 10 Argent Place Ringwood, from Friday May 29 through to Sunday May 31, 2015.

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Sound & Vision Festival Discussion Thread.

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StereoNET’s Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.

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