AXPONA 2018 Day One Pictures, Part 2

I was really excited to see even the static display of Pass Labs’ First Watt SIT 3, I can’t wait to get my hands on this one to review.

I found the sound of the Sonist Audio speakers driven by the brand new VAC integrated amp sounded very nice, and I could have listened to them all day long.

The new Magico A3s in the Magico Loudspeakers’ room were driven by Constellation Audio amplification and gave a real taste of the Magico sound.

In the Ayon Audio/Lumen White room, the gorgeous Lumen White Speakers sounded as good as they looked.

In the bigger Nagra Audio room, they were driving a big pair of Kharma speakers, and the sound was very alive and engaging.

The Pear Audio room with their Blue turntable and their electronics sounded great with the Larsen speakers.

The Merging Technologies room with the Merging+ speakers and the Aurender electronics sounded very good. It was also great to see Starsound Audio rack and speaker stands back at a show.

The Einstein Audio room featured great sound with all of the gear from Einstein, including the debut of their new turntable.

The PranaFidelity room brought us their speakers in bright red. They were striking to see and hear.

I’ve loved Joseph Audio’s Pearl Speakers for years, so this room is always one I look forward to visiting at a show. The Pearl 3 speakers are even more amazing than the previous models.

The Gryphon Audio electronics and speakers made their room a must see. It was so crowded that I had to keep going back to find a time when I could get in to take a pictures.

The Eminent Technology room was very popular. Their planar speakers, which are strikingly beautiful, did not disappoint in the sound they produced.

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