The Renaissance Roadshow - MOON North Collection
Starting later this month, Renaissance will embark upon a UK roadshow showcasing its strong portfolio of top-notch products whilst spotlighting MOON's new North Collection.
This series of special events will be held at Renaissance's retail partners' stores, and guests will be able to enjoy MOON's new North Collection at the heart of systems featuring Audiovector's loudspeakers, VPI's legendary turntables and Nordost's expansive range of vital audio accessories.
MOON's new North Collection will be of particular interest as the roadshow will represent the first opportunity for many music lovers to hear it. From the London press launch earlier this year to hi-fi shows in destinations as varied as Ascot, Munich, Toronto and Warsaw, the range has delighted all who have listened.
The North Collection consists of three levels: the 600 series (681 network player/DAC and 641 integrated amplifier), the 700 series (791 network player/preamplifier and 761 power amplifier), and the 800 series (891 network player/preamplifier and 861 power amp).
The six new products all feature ground-breaking new technologies, each of which is a first for the industry. Beautiful new graphic colour screens feature on four of the products, and these advanced displays showcase cover art, song, and album titles, plus artist names, all in brilliant detail. The screens also sport a detailed volume and setup menu.
The new MOON BRM-1 remote features a luxurious MOON volume knob, touch controls and lavish refinement. This exceptional remote is possibly one of, if not the, best in the industry.
John Carroll, Renaissance's managing director, will be hosting each event. He will deliver an entertaining and enthralling presentation as he demonstrates the systems' audio capabilities. A Q&A session will then follow John's presentation.
Dates are still being added to the Renaissance Roadshow, so keep checking for one in your area.
StereoNET UK’s Editor, bass player, and resident rock star! Jay’s passion for gadgets and Hi-Fi is second only to being a touring musician.
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