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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Ted Baca's picture

Denver

Dan Cepeda's picture

Denver! Denver! That way I can go. And Denver's a nice city anyway. There's plenty of cool things to see, big hotel ballrooms and convention centers, and I can go. Denver is way more central than the usual San Francisco and New York. This would give many audiophiles here in middle America the chance to go to one of these shows we can only read about. So why not Denver?! Thanks.

Jim Lally's picture

Toronto

Edward J.  Etter's picture

Cleveland, ohio

Steve Williams's picture

Des Moines, Iowa. It is nearly the center of the nation. Besides that, I live there, so then I could go. :-)

M.D.  SULLIVAN's picture

FOXWOODS CASINO CONNECTICUT

Anonymous's picture

Irrelevant magazine, irrelevant show.

Samo Jecnik's picture

Europe, anywhere!

Shawn's picture

Toronto, Ontario

Jim Romanello's picture

How about Cleveland, OH VOTE: The Rock Hall is there. How about Buffalo, NY. Niagara Falls & Canadian gaming >casino's< are near-by.

Paul Foley, Whiteman AFB, MO's picture

I tell you what. Why don't you get off of the coasts and come to the midwest? Kansas City is the place for you. Good food, good music, and good power. What more do you need? Okay, okay, good beer

Luis E.  Perez's picture

Miami is an international hub.

Steven Yaeger's picture

Minneapolis. Great hotels, clean city, sufficient night life, ARC/Magnepan/Wadia/Bel Canto/Atma-Sphere/et al. right down the road, airline hub city...

Sanders's picture

Definitely Los Angeles. Why don't you have the convention the weekend following CES/THE Show so all the manufacturers can drive over and demonstrate their products more easily?

Wayne Reed's picture

Dallas, Texas San Antonio, Texas

Anonymous's picture

Minneapolis. It's home for several well-regarded high-end manufacturers (ARC and Magnepan, for example).

ken williamson's picture

kansas city?

Bruce Frankinburger's picture

Chicago was great in '99. I was very disappointed it did not return in 2000. The Palmer House was fun and had all that was needed to keep it under one roof.

Xavier Desmedt's picture

Why not in Belgium?

John Atkinson's picture

As I'm relocating to New York in June, I choose...New York!

R.  Fairburn's picture

Vancouver, BC, Canada? Favorable US vs. Canadian dollar exchange, easy access, and a lovely backdrop for a show.

Dave Kobe's picture

I vote for Los Angeles but not at the usual airport site, too much traffic and parking problems. Best to have it away from the airport, maybe in Orange County.

Boudoir's picture

But not in an Hotel. I hate hotel rooms. Can't you organize something in a beautiful setting like a Museum or something?

Anonymous's picture

There's only one true place to have it and that is in Boston.

Ray Zschau's picture

Chicago PLEASE!! HI-FI '99 was one of the best shows!

Davey F.'s picture

San Diego: great sun, great beaches, great city. Try it, you'll like it.

Randall Thill's picture

How about San Diego

Anonymous's picture

Orlando

Todd's picture

How about Toronto Canada?

Paulo R.S.Ramos's picture

The Capital of the World and the best to go for!

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