Posted on 14th August, 2019


Australia's March Audio and its range of products that are perfect for the discerning audio enthusiast will debut at the 2019 StereoNET Hi-Fi Show in Melbourne in October.

The March Audio range of power and headphone amplifiers, DACs, and cables are already gaining a reputation for exceptional technical performance, elegant minimalist looks and simplicity of operation.

Shown for the first time will be the HPA1 Headphone Amplifier, along with a vast array of headphones for your to audition the amplifier. March Audio also invites you to bring along your headphones if you prefer.

The Hypex-powered Stereo and Mono amplifiers will also be on display, along with March Audio's brand new 2-Way Active Bookshelf Speaker. It features built-in DSP and crossover and utilises the new Purifi PTT6.5W04-01A ultra-low distortion driver and AMT tweeter.

Alan March, founder of March Audio added:

We're very excited to be able to show our product range to attendees for the first time. At March Audio, we are passionate about customer satisfaction and more than happy to talk with customers regarding their requirements before purchase.

We can advise on the most appropriate products and solutions. If you find the product is not right for you, we offer a 2 week period where you can return it for a refund.

March Audio will be exhibiting on Level 1, Room 1207. Tickets are on sale now.

For more information, visit March Audio.


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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