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To celebrate the 10 years anniversary of his shop in the impressive Berlin 'design mekka' shopping mall Stilwerk, our dealer Max Schlundt hosts a big high-end audio show from September 4th till September 9th (during the IFA). There will be a 'cat walk' style presentation of hifi and high-end audio, spread over all floors of the mall. A 'musique concrete' sound sculpture, especially made for the show by Carl-Frank Westermann, will create a unique atmosphere and intends to make the audience more conscious of the importance of sound and hearing. In Max Schlundt's shop there will be demos of all brands and Eelco Grimm is present on September 7th and 8th to give you background information of the Grimm Audio LS1 and play you some beautiful music.

At the Munich High End show, Grimm Audio teams up with high resolution download site Native DSD. Their top quality DSD catalog, stemming from 26 record labels, will be demonstrated on a surround Grimm Audio LS1 system. Native DSD is founded by Channel Classics’ Jared Sacks, a long term user of our AD1 DSD analog to digital converter. Jared will present recordings of his own hand, and his partnering labels. Of course the stereo lovers will not be forgotten, we will play plenty beautiful stereo tracks. Don't miss this special event and visit us in room E118 at High End Munich, May 14th-17th.

On March 27th and 28th, the Don Giovanni hotel in Prague opens her doors for the Audio + Video show Prague, an exhibit of the finest in high end audio and video equipment and smart home automation. The team of our distributor Hi-End Boutique will make sure their visitors have a great impression of the Grimm Audio LS1 playback system. Please visit room 364 and let Richard Tomanek and Alex Vanek surprise you.

The first high end audio show of 2015 featuring the Grimm Audio LS1 will be held in Malle in Belgium. In the highly regarded 'Pastorij Show' of our dealer Gydotron you can enjoy the LS1 in the beautiful surroundings of the Sint Martinuspastorij. Please come by and join on 24 & 25 January 2015.

Athens Eikona show 20142014, November 29

The LS1 will be on exhibit during the Eikona hifi show in Athens. Our Greek distributor Chris Hatzistamou of Athens Pro Audio is a mastering engineer so you can rest assured that the demo will be a good one! Please visit his room on 29 and 30 of November at the Ledra Hotel in Athens. 

For the second year the LS1 is put on show at the Salon Haute Fidélité in Paris by our French distributor JukeBox. Eelco Grimm will be present to demonstrate the LS1 and offer background information about the design of this complete audio system. Please visit us at Forum K in the Marriott Hotel Rive Gauche on November 15th or 16th.

Our new Danish distributor AVCentrum will show and play the LS1 in his room at the HiFi & Surround show in Copenhagen on October 25th and 26th. Grimm Audio's Guido Tent will be present to give you in depth information about the LS1. A great opportunity to come face to face with the LS1 for our Danish audience.

On October 25th and 26th, the AV Trend & Hi-Fi show takes place in Budapest. Hungarian hi-fi magazin Audio Video Trend is organizing this 15th edition of the hi-end audio show in the beautiful Marriott hotel. Please make sure to visit the room of Hi-End Boutique where Richard Tomanek will offer you a great LS1 demo.

High End Brussels 20142014, October 25

On October 25th and 26th the High End Brussels show will be held for the first time. Our Belgium dealer Guido de Laet of Gydotron teams up with distributor Matthias Aerts of iDeal Audio to demonstrate the LS1 in their room at hotel 'Bloom!' in the heart of Brussels. Sources will be both digital as well as analog.

High End Slovakia 20142014, October 18

Richard Tomanek of Tomanek Hi-End Boutique will demonstrate the LS1 in his room at the High End Slovakia show 2014 in Bratislava on October 18th and 19th. Please enjoy his friendly welcome and get impressed by the LS1!


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    Puck Leek, Pucksound, Amsterdam (CC2)

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    Peter Riebeek, Studio 150, Amsterdam (CC1)

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    Wai-Shan Lam, hifi enthusiast, Hong Kong (LS1)

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    Marja Vanderloo & Henk Boot, 6Moons (LS1be)

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    Alex Abrash, AA Mastering, New York (CC1)

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    Thaddeus Moore, Liquid Mastering, Eugene (LS1)

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    Aaron Gandia, Phat Planet Studios, Orlando (CC1)

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    Marja Vanderloo & Henk Boot, 6Moons (LS1)

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    Wolfram Eifert, AUDIOphile, Stuttgart (LS1)

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    Samuel Girardin, Point d'Orgue, Montreal (CC1)

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    Christian Klotzbücher, Kunstuniversität Graz, Graz (LS1)

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    Thaddeus Moore, Liquid Mastering, Eugene (LS1)

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    John Davis, The Bunker Studio, New York (CC1)

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    Keith Howard, Hi-Fi News, Croydon (LS1)

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    Wolfram Eifert, AUDIO, Stuttgart (LS1)

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    Nicholas Bedworth, Positive Feedback, Makawao (CC1)

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    Steven Maes, Motor Music, Mechelen (LS1)

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    Al Pryor & Todd Whitelock, Mack Avenue records, Hempstead (CC1)

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    George Massenburg, McGill University, Montreal (LS1)

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    Erik Zobler, Mix Magazine, Los Angeles (CC1)

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    Hein Dekker, producer for Channel Classics, Baarn (AD1)

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    George Tanderø, Mixing & Mastering, Oslo (TPR)

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    Frederik DeJongh, Jerboa Mastering, Gent (LS1)

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    Marnix Bosman, HVT magazine, Baarn (CC1)

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    George Massenburg, McGill University, Montreal (LS1)

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    Max Schlundt, Kultur...Technik, Berlin (LS1)

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    Steve Hoffman, Audio Fidelity, Los Angeles (AD1)

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    John Newton, Soundmirror, Boston (MP1)

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    Nigel Palmer, Audio Media, London (LS1)

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    Reyn Ouwehand, Studio The Church, Wijdenes (CC1)

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