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Great seeing all of you at the recent LA Audio Show June 2nd thru 4th at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Los Angeles. It was our first showing of the Award Winning V30M and it was an absolute hit.

Here's a brief commentary from Jason Victor Serinus of Stereophile Magazine:

https://www.stereophile.com/content/multiple-goodies-jasons-second-day-ends

 

We had a great time at the Recent Axpona Show in Chicago. Thanks to everyone who visited our room and spent some time.  Although it appeared that not many members of the media attended, Steven Rochlin from EnjoyTheMusic.com did come and offered a few kind words.

http://www.enjoythemusic.com/AXPONA_2017/Part3/page2.htm

 

Thank you to all the visitors to our display at the 
Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2016. We had a great time at the Denver Tech Center Marriot and received some glowing praise on the V3M's.
  

 

"and what I can say is all the other stand-mount speaker manufacturers better watch out, the V3Ms sound like they should cost double or triple the $2000 they sell for"  - Kemper Holt, EnjoyThe Music.com

http://www.enjoythemusic.com/RMAF_2016/Holt/Aurum_Cantus_Wells_Benchmark_Audiophile_Direct.htm

 

 
Enjoy The Music.com Blue Note Award
http://www.enjoythemusic.com/RMAF_2016/Part2/

Home Theater Shack
http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/gtg-clubs-associations-audio-fests/157025-rocky-mountain-audio-fest-rmaf-2016-show-report-2.html

 EnjoyTheMusic.com- Steven Rochlin

"And so finally this brings us to Wells Audio, Aurum Cantus, and Dana Cable within Audiophile Direct's exhibit room here at RMAF 2016 in Denver. This revisiting of their room yielded benefits as the system had speedy fast highs, excellent imaging. You may recall my previous RMAF 2016 coverage of this room in Part 2, and it just keeps getting better here. Truly impressive sound and easily earns my Best Sounds At RMAF 2016 Show Award. So remember kids, the very last day of a show is also usually the best day to seriously listen too."

Stereophile 
http://www.stereophile.com/content/rmaf-2016-day-2s-rad-revelations
 
 

Thanks to everyone who visited our demonstration at the recent Axpona in Chicago and made us one of the hits of the show. Here's an excerpt from www.audioshark.org:

Best Budget Speaker: "The Elac's made another strong showing, but this year, for me, the Aurum Cantus Melody M-102SE's at $2500 a pair. Finished in a gorgeous cherry (or rosewood option), these speakers sounded magnificent. Runner up: Elac's".

And here's an entry from James & Linda Darby of www.stereomojo.com:

"The Aurum Cantus Melody M-102SE ($2,500/pr) 3-way vented towers with pure aluminum ribbon tweeter sounded especially sweet with the Hegel H-160 Integrated amp with built-in DAC $3,200"

 

Great to see all the visitors to our display at the recent T.H.E. Show Newport. We had a great show and thank everyone for all the positive comments and reviews we received. Here's some feedback from Sasha Mateson of Stereophile

 

"Torrance-based Audiophile Direct, LLC was featuring a bouquet of several fine brands for which they are both retailer and US distributors. I heard the Sound Science Music Vault Diamond music server ($4,995), the Wells Audio Majestic integrated amplifier ($3,499), and the Aurum Cantus Melody M-102SE loudspeaker ($2,500/pair). The latter loudspeaker is an attractively mid-sized wood-finish floorstander, with a three-way design that includes an aluminum ribbon tweeter. The Majestic integrated amp was being premiered here at T.H.E. Show, and puts out 150Wpc into 8 Ohms. Aurum Cantus is a collaboration involving two companies—one based in Australia, the other in China.

As it was my job to be objective, whether or not I happened to like the music, I bit down hard when on came Don McLean's "Starry Starry Night." (There's a reason Van Gogh lost an ear.) But you can believe me when I say that this track sounded nice! Then I heard that famous track that Bob Dylan likes to open his live shows with, Aaron Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man," played by the Minnesota Orchestra. WHAM! Those huge cavern-deep bass-drum whacks and law-giving blasts from the brass were everything they should be. Outstanding value for $ in this room".

Read more at http://www.stereophile.com/content/show-newport-sashas-day-two-part-one#JkltESEgZBuOcgYl.99

 

 We'are very proud to announce that EnjoyTheMusic.com selected our display as the best value at the show

EnjoyTheMusic.com - T.H.E. Show Newport 2016

Visit http://www.enjoythemusic.com/THE_Show_Newport_2016/Aurum_Cantus_Wells_Audio_Dana_Cables/ for the complete review.