Stereophile is planning its next couple of HI-FI Shows. Any suggestions for locations?

<I>Stereophile</I> is planning its next couple of HI-FI Shows. Any suggestions for locations?
New York
18% (65 votes)
Los Angeles
9% (33 votes)
San Francisco
11% (39 votes)
Seattle
4% (16 votes)
Miami
3% (11 votes)
How about:
51% (181 votes)
None/don't care
3% (12 votes)
Total votes: 357

Where would you like to see the next <I>Stereophile</I> HI-FI Show?

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Al Marcy's picture

Phoenix, AZ

Frank Mason's picture

Atlanta

James D.  McCall's picture

Kansas City, St. Louis or Tulsa

mcelroy@pipeline.com's picture

its the center of the universe

Anonymous's picture

Oslo, Norway

Mark Stallings's picture

Let's have it in the great southern city of Atlanta! With the exception of the bombing, the Olympics went off pretty well! Bring on the audiophiles.

Ken Kirkpatrick's picture

Dallas

thad6000@hotmail.com's picture

Lincoln, NE.

L.  Solomon's picture

The SF show I attended in 95 was great. Not enough elevators in the old hotel, but the setting more than made up for that (and we audioheads can use the exercise). Plus the rest of the city is fun. Whatever city you show in, try to get an older hotel with interesting architecture, and high ceilings (as opposed to the hotel in LA).

Paul Jensen's picture

How about a site for us folks in the Rocky Mountain area. The attendees from the coasts can come and enjoy our beautiful part of the country for a change. I'd like to attend a Stereophile show, but they're always too far away.

Anonymous's picture

Not that I go to them.. but how about putting one in the midwest that way people are closer to the venues and can spend more $$$ on equipment than airfare. Say like Kansas City or St. Louis. Even Dallas, TX would be better than putting it in those cities.

Matthew Pearson's picture

Nashville, TN Centrally located. The heart of the music industry. Excellent convention capabilities.

Clay S.'s picture

Cincinnati, OH. It would be nice to actually be able to attend rather than have to read about it.

Eric Brown's picture

Denver

David Schultz's picture

Chicago!! The last show was excellent.

Robert Traynor's picture

San Francisco is the best location. Universal City is too hard to get to -- I would skip that one!

Brian's picture

Chicago or St. Louis

Jeff Loney's picture

Sunny San Diego

Mikenificent1's picture

New York is still OWED at least one more show, since this year's was canceled!

Anonymous's picture

Washington D.C.

matt's picture

denver or cleveland?

Anonymous's picture

Ft. Worth, TX

Thom Taylor's picture

Kansas City

Steve Dunlap's picture

Nashville

Mark Heggenes's picture

Come see how beautiful the Northwest is!

Rob M.'s picture

Cleveland

Mike M.'s picture

Detroit

Paul Lucey's picture

Milwaukee? Brand-new convention center; decent symphony orchestra; and have you ever flown on Midwest Express (only class is first class).

Marcus Slade's picture

Actually, White Rock or Vancouver, BC would be very desirable, but realistically, Seattle as a focal point for the Pacific Northwest.

Robin Banks's picture

Washington, DC is a great place for such a show: lots of hotels, places to go, things to see. And transportation to anywhere in the area is a breeze! How could you not even consider such a great city?! Anyway, give us a try!

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