May 20th, 2011

More Hi-Fi in Munich

Adrian Bankewitz from Accuton with family.

Almost first in today was Adrian Bankewitz from Accuton with family.

He Xun Tian

He played such a cool record with Chinese drums. Really loud and rumbly, in a good way of course, it sounded awesome. He Xun Tian, is the artist, very famous in China.

Here are today’s favourite vinyl albums: Bob Dylan – Oh Mercy, Chet Baker – Live in Sweden and…


This one, which has such a cool cover, Gerry Mulligan – Night Lights.

Leif finally had a spare moment to take me around a bit of the fair which was really cool.

Here’s Swedish DLS’ latest speaker.

Also their wall hung speaker which is really popular as part of home cinema systems.

EAR-Yoshino sounding nice as usual.

They played this funky album: The Jazz Crusaders – Lighthouse ’68.

Nice stuff from AMC and Audium.

Here is Per Engelholm from Engelholm Audio, changing cables on his brilliant new system.

and their The Shape.

Ok, there has been a lot of Swedish stuff today. It sort of feels like the Eurovision song contest when everyone are voting for their neighbouring countries. We’ll try and be more cosmopolitan tomorrow:)

Tonight it’s party time with our friends form China. Hopefully we’ll survive:)

Over and out.


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2 Comments on “More Hi-Fi in Munich”

  1. 1 Per Engelholm said at 20:56 on May 20th, 2011:

    How many people lives in Deutchland? Gör-many! Anyone from Gothenburg understands!

    You guys are uniqum in this business! Happy, friendly, interested and also build great speakers.

    I got a question today from a visitor: Are you a competeting with Marten. I answered: No. It is Sweden against the rest of the world.
    He made a note, with a smile on his face. 🙂

  2. 2 Lars said at 17:52 on May 21st, 2011:

    Haha, that’s exactly right. Thanks for that Per.

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