Munich High End 2017: The CP Report Page 2

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Some rooms seemed to have their products situated upside down. The Dynaudio Consequence reference loudspeaker was built just as you see it. Confusing to see the tweeters located so close to the floor…Intriguing because they do sound wonderful. 


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 An eye-catching rear view of this new concept all wire-less loudspeaker.  

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Here’s a new concept loudspeaker built out of an original, previously-used solid-steel beam. Hmm, weird but worth a snap shot!

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Hello Jane! This $20,000 curvaeous beauty is from Stark Audio of Slovakia. 

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The new Atesia loudspeaker from Abedo Audio of Italy also caught my ear and eye here along with VTL and Faber’s Cables (also of Italy). 

 
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Just a few eye-catchers that I took photos of without asking any questions. Weird and intriguing. You think? 

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