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The UK HiFi Show Live ; 26th-27th October 2019

The UK HiFi Show live is at Royal Ascot racecourse this weekend. Previously it was organised at Windsor.

With no Festival of Sound at Hammersmith this year (formerly the Indulgence show) The UK HiFi show live 2019 offers a great opportunity to check out new and existing products in the London area.

UK HiFi Show Live

If you visit the website here you can see a list of the exhibiting companies ; just click on show guide. Click on the preview pages for insight about new and upcoming products;

UK HiFi Show Live
  • Chord’s new ultima power amplifiers.
  • Kudos Audio’s latest iteration of Titan speakers.
  • Audioquest DragonFly Cobalt’s will be available to try out with a range of headphones.
  • Innuos Phoenix USB re-clocker.

A great location with a racing pedigree, one wonders what new products will be racing at this show too?

I’ll be going maybe with my branded T shirt, so if you spot me feel free to give feedback or ask any questions. Best wishes.

Where : Ascot Racecourse, High St, Ascot SL5 7JX, UK
When : 26th-27th October 2019 : 9:30am – 5:30pm Daily

When is the next one?

The 2020 UK Hi-Fi Show Live Returns To It’s Exciting New Home!

The UK’s longest-running premier high-end audio show returns to a it’s new venue for 2020, offering a great range of beautifully-appointed spaces and event opportunities to showcase the world’s finest hi-fi.


Ascot Racecourse
High St, Ascot SL5 7JX, UK


19th-20th September 2020
9:30am – 5:30pm Daily

Link to the website here

Written by Simon Price

I'm an audio lover who likes sharing experiences of faithfully reproduced audio in a CREDIBLE, BALANCED and ENGAGING way. I’m interested in products; their looks, functionality and features, and most importantly how they sound! My reviews keep technicalities easy, as I believe great audio is non exclusive and to be enjoyed by all! It's all about the music!

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