Computer playback symposium this weekend

Computer Audiophile symposium

Computer Audiophile symposium

Demonstrating the complete journey from performing through recording to playback, Computer Audiophile have announced their inaugural Computer Audiophile Symposium taking place at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California.

With representatives from Meridian-Sooloos amongst others, the symposium will focus on getting the best high quality playback for your home. There will be demonstrations and discussons around the many new music server technologies now available, film formats and digital music distribution thr0ughout your home.

Stereophile.com are calling the event “the most comprehensive seminar ever devoted to high quality computer-based playback.”

The Symposium is being held in Studos A &D of the legendary Fantasy Studios and is a must for anyone interested in getting the best quality playback for their home.

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