November 06, 2015

 

Naim and Focal, distributed in Australia by our friends at N.A. Distributors, are bringing this harmonious relationship of brands and products on the road to Melbourne Hi Fi.

Date: Friday 20th November, 5 - 8PM Sharp

We'll be hosting N.A. Distributors' Chris Murphy together with Doug Graham from Naim Audio who will provide product demonstrations, company background and an overview, as well as answering any technical questions that attendees may have.

This is a real opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the world's best audio products in a relaxed environment.

Showcased will be the new NAP300 Power Amplifier from Naim’s revitalised core range of separate power amplifiers, now with Statement transistors and DR (Discrete Regulator) technology.

You’ll also experience the NAC-N 272 streaming preamplifier, new Super Lumina high-end cables, and the superb new Focal Sopra loudspeakers.

All are welcome but we do ask that you grab yourself an exclusive free ticket from our Eventbrite page.





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