Rocky Mountain Audio Fest

Take in the friendly atmosphere at RMAF where all are welcome and questions are encouraged. You will experience in one location all the major household audio brands from Sony to McIntosh to Martin Logan. Have your eyes but mostly your EARS opened to a host of established, superior-quality “audiophile” companies such as Wilson, Cardas and Jeff Rowland Design Group, Inc. that you won’t find in most retail stores.

RMAF provides a lively atmosphere of interactive experiences that ranges from engaging with industry engineers, owners and salespeople to live entertainment and formal seminars on a variety of current topics and trends in the audio industry. Many companies present their world-wide debut of new products and additionally offer discounted “show-prices” on selected equipment. Both of which are listed here.

When you arrive in Denver, go to the Denver Tech Center Marriott and get oriented by visiting the Colorado Audio Society at the registration desk. Volunteers will explain and give guided tours of the event’s complexes and lively layout – including the several floors of demo rooms and displays. Seminars are being finalized, covering a variety of topics relating to the audio hobby. Live entertainment nightly. Check the website for all current information.

High End Munich 2017

Under the slogan "let the music play“ the exhibition provided an 'all under one roof' showcase for the international audio industry. From May 18-21, the exhibition halls and rooms encircling the atriums on the upper levels of the MOC were booked solid.

The 36th consecutive staging of the HIGH END, featuring 538 exhibitors from 44 countries, was once again an international highlight for the entire industry. Compared to the previous year, the number of companies exhibiting increased by some 4 %. They came from 44 different countries.

The crowd of visitors was accordingly vast, with the HIGH END 2017 seeing a 10% increase in visitor numbers. It attracted more than 21,000 visitors, arriving from all over the world to find out about products and trends in the audio industry. The complete product range of the audio sector was showcased in 4 exhibition halls and 2 atriums with 138 adjacent conference rooms. Beginning with purist, strictly analog music systems with vinyl and glowing cathode ray tubes, right down to modern Bluetooth and streaming solutions, networked and wireless products, as well as sound bars and headphones.

Virtually all the exhibitors were pleased with a well-informed and avidly interested public.