29th May 2015 – London – These days there is a great deal of confusion about the best way to hear music, with a wealth of options available to the modern music lover – downloads or streaming, which file type is best, do I still need CD’s? The Future of Sound event (from 6pm, June 11th at The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, EC1Y 4SD in London) presented by Sevenoaks Sound & Vision aims to dispel the myths and educate visitors on how they can access high-quality music content from any device and how to select the right audio products at any budget to achieve the best performance in the home or whilst on the move.
Being held at The Brewery in central London on the evening of 11th June, the Future of Sound brings together five of the audio industry’s pioneering brands to give visitors a real insight into the world of digital music and how to achieve the best performance regardless of budget. Presented by AV retailer Sevenoaks Sound & Vision, UK loudspeaker company PMC will be joined by music streaming specialist TIDAL, audio electronics playback specialist NAD, wireless audio for the connected home expert Bluesound and high-resolution music pioneers Sony. As well as presentations from each of the contributors, visitors will also be treated to demonstrations showing just how good digital music files can sound, from mobile devices to music streamed from the Internet or kept on networks.
Visitors to this one-evening event will be treated to the following presentations:
TIDAL – The delivery of music content and lossless streaming.
Bluesound – Playback of high-resolution music in the connected home.
NAD – The future of high performance Hi-Fi.
PMC – Speakers that reproduce the sound of the studio in the home.
Sony – High Resolution Audio and the different ways you can hear it.
In addition, visitors will also be able to experience demonstrations of streamed music and have hands-on experience of products supplied by the above brands. Doors open at 6pm with presentations starting at 7. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening.
Tickets are free and on a strict first come first served basis. To reserve a ticket, please visit http://www.sevenoakssoundandvision.co.uk/news.aspx?showarticle=20.
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For further information, please contact Rebecca Newton at Napthine Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org / 07912 289294.