WILSON BENESCH BRINGS LEGENDARY WB-ONE TURNTABLE TO BRISTOL
Wilson Benesch will unveil its new Precision loudspeaker line at the Bristol Show. The company is also celebrating its 30th birthday.
Wilson Benesch founded the company on the now renowned Wilson Benesch Turntable. The reason for its almost legendary status is that its design introduced both the world's first Hybridised Carbon Fibre-Nomex sub-chassis and tapered tubular Carbon Fibre tonearm. The importance of those elements represented a remarkable achievement in the combination of aerospace materials technology and product design, especially given the year and the fact Wilson Benesch was a fledgeling privately owned business startup.
Needless to say, the Wilson Benesch Turntable was a great success, securing major product awards across the globe and securing the long-term future of the company. The design went on to become something of a high-end audio classic design which is now highly sought by collectors worldwide.
Original Wilson Benesch Turntable
StereoNET is excited to share with you that Wilson Benesch will use the original Wilson Benesch Turntable at the Bristol Hi-Fi Show this year.
Partnered with the CH Precision I1 Universal Integrated Amplifier, this will be the first public display of the turntable in over 20-years.
Wilson Benesch Precision Series
Back in November, the Sheffield-based brand launched the Precision Series with the P3.0 loudspeaker debut. Now, Wilson Benesch returns in 2019 with the first public exhibition of all three new models in the line.
At The Bristol Hi-Fi Show, the British high-end audio design and manufacturer will reveal its compact stand-mount P1.0 loudspeaker which will be demonstrated live throughout the long weekend. Partnered with the NuPrime IDA-16 Integrated Amplifier, the system promises to set a phenomenal benchmark in performance for a compact personal home audio system.
Additionally, Wilson Benesch will be running a second system with its P3.0 floor-standing loudspeaker and CH Precision I1 Universal Integrated Amplifier.
Find Wilson Benesch in the 1st-floor conservatory, and don't forget to call in on the StereoNET stand at C2 on your way.
THE BRISTOL HI-FI SHOW
The Bristol Hi-Fi shows runs from Friday 22nd February through Sunday 24th February 2019 at the Marriott City Centre Hotel, Bristol.
To book your tickets for the show head to the Bristol Hi-Fi Show site.
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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