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Press info: Chord Electronics, Leema and Chord Co. new kit at Bristol

 

PRESS INFO

 What’s new and what to expect from Chord Electronics, Leema Acoustics and The Chord Company at Sound and Vision 2017
 
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Chord Electronics
Chord Electronics will have the UK debut of the new Poly streaming/SD module for Mojo, the new Hugo 2 DAC/headphone amp and the Blu MkII upscaling digital transport. Visitors can get hands-on with Hugo 2, Poly and Mojo at Chord Electronics’ ground floor stand in the headphone zone and experience HD sound from CD, with the Blu MkII and DAVE in Chord’s main ground floor suite.
Find Chord Electronics: Poly/Hugo 2 Ground Floor Stand Bristol 5; Blu MkII SS Great Britain 1 Suite
Leema Acoustics
 
The Welsh audio expert will be demonstrating its new Sirius audiophile-grade ripping music server developed with Innuos, the production-ready Quasar, a DLNA- and Bluetooth-enabled streaming amplifier with 24-bit/192kHz DAC and the 5-star Tucana MkII Anniversary Edition integrated amplifier. A wide range of additional electronics will also be on display, plus Leema’s own interconnects and speaker cables.
Find Leema Acoustics: Room 411, 4th floor

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The Chord Company
 
The UK’s leading A/V cable manufacturer will be launching its new Sarum T cable range in the main upper floor room, a portfolio of products that introduces a major performance upgrade thanks to the inclusion of Chord’s proprietary Taylon insulation, which to date, has been the preserve of its flagship ChordMusic line.
On Chord’s familiar foyer stand, there will be demonstrations of the award-winning Shawline and Clearway RCA cables via headphones, plus demos of the incredible new ShawCan headphone upgrade cables.
Find The Chord Company: Sarum T Room 112, 1st floor; ShawCan and others, Foyer

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