Entire Melco range coming to Bristol
Melco’s full range will be on display at Bristol, along with a very special unannounced newcomer
Melco, the world’s leading digital music library manufacturer, will be bringing its entire Japanese-engineered product range to The Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2023, courtesy of its European distributor Audiophile Digital Music Masters (ADMM).
Entirely engineered in Japan, Melco Audio’s range of digital music libraries includes the recently introduced full-width N50-H60 (6 TB HDD) and N50-S38 (3.8 TB SSD), the replacement for the much-loved original N1A.
Two half-width models, the entry-level N100, which is available in either 2 or 5 TB configurations, plus the flagship two-box N10, which comes with a separate high-performance linear power supply, will also be available, showcasing Melco’s space-saving chassis - designed for flexible placement in today’s increasingly compact living spaces.
Three Melco representatives will be available at ADMM’s foyer stand, including general managers from Melco UK and ADMM, plus ADMM’s founder, all of whom will be available to introduce Melco’s unique technologies and benefits, and offer advice on integration.
Showgoers can also hear Melco’s advanced digital music libraries in other locations at show, including Leema Acoustics (Room 412, fourth floor), Linn, Arcam and Chord Company (Rooms 112 and 114, first floor).
In addition to Melco’s digital music libraries, the company’s two audiophile-grade data switches, the entry-level S100 and flagship two-box S10, will also be on display, along with the D100 optical disc drive/ripper.
To celebrate the return of The Bristol Hi-Fi Show after a two-year absence, ADMM will be offering exclusive partnering packages, including the flagship N10 digital music library or the S10 flagship data switch, with an ADOT optical fibre conversion kit. Full details can be obtained from the ADMM foyer stand and the Audio T ground floor sales desk.
Finally, the Japanese company will also be giving showgoers a glimpse of something veryspecial ahead of its official launch on 1 March 2023.