RMAF 2019

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Brian Hunter  |  Sep 19, 2019
Studio legend Rupert Neve stepped into the personal audio market with the RNHP Precision headphone amplifier not too long ago, and the success of that launch doesn’t appear to have swayed him away from that audience.
Brian Hunter  |  Sep 14, 2019
One of the biggest surprises from the weekend was not only the appearance of the international megacorp Sony, but also the product brought along in tow. Of equal interest was the most recent update to Schiit Audio's mid-tier Bifrost 2 DAC partnered with Salk Sound.
Brian Hunter  |  Sep 10, 2019
After the welcome media day bonanza, it was time to get down to business in some listening demos. Along with several large meeting rooms, the sleeping-stye tower housed multiple floors of hi-fi waiting with eager transducers. It was among these halls that I crossed paths with another revealing A/B from the UK-based music server maker Innous.
Brian Hunter  |  Sep 08, 2019
Aside from the usual show conversation pieces, Rocky Mountain Audio Fest was proceeding in Denver as planned. The new digs included a much larger overall space, sprawling across multiple convention-type halls. By the end of the Thursday media day, it was clear that it would take no effort to reach 10,000 steps in your Fitbit.
Rafe Arnott  |  Sep 03, 2019
This year sees a venue change and a scheduling change for the always popular Rocky Mountain Audio Fest. RMAF has moved from familiar digs at the Denver Marriott Tech Centre to the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Centre and upped its timeline from October to September 6-8 for 2019.
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