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CES 2017: AXISS AUdio, Magico, Critical Mass Systems, Soulution

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I just used Shazam to discover I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know by Vanessa Fernandez. https://shz.am/t313295897

LP. Not bad. A bit flat but I think that is the content? Need to queue it up on my system...
 

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I liked the recording, yes, i think it was recorded that way. No listener fatigue from that style of recording.

THANK YOU AMIR for great coverage, clear pictures and your "signature" idea of adding in recordings............. K I N G of A U D I O rules the shows!
 
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I am always so amused by exhibitors at shows who bring in tens of thousand of $$'s of gear and then have to be either a) demised by furniture and TV's that the hotel has refused to remove in the middle of the set-up, or worse b) leave furniture like the above photo, in the middle of the set-up and do not take the time to remove it! That old armoire and TV must have rattled away like a babies toy! LOL!!!
 

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Just look at the size of those cables and cords.
That rig just HAS to sound good! :eek:
 
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It is a requirement at shows to have "high-end" heavy cables or folks would not take the gear seriously. Even Harman used the "DBS" or whatever that battery operated cable is called!
 
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