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)
4% (16 votes)
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?

john breitenbach's picture


Jim's picture

1) L.A. 2) San Francisco. 3) Seattle. 4) NY. I've enjoyed all the shows but find the L.A. shows the best because of the airport location and large numbers of exhibitors. Please, have another show as soon as possible. Tell Emap that some audiophiles (me, for example) are so dedicated that we schedule our yearly calendar to include your show. Luckily, I read the cancellation notice of this year's show the very day I was going to book a flight.

Anonymous's picture

Niagara Falls Ontario

Lemmy's picture

Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago again, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City. Screw Miami!

K Rebbew's picture

A neutral location in the midwest. Kansas City, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville, or Nashville.

Craig Ellsworth's picture

Dallas/Ft. Worth or Houston so I don't have to fly for a change?

Art Altman,'s picture

Best was San Francisco. New York

Jose Garcia's picture

You are welcome to Puerto Rico. Just dreaming.

Edgar's picture

How about Sydney, Australia to coincide with the Olympics!

Aaron Young's picture

Dallas, TX

Charles Purvis Kelly, Jr.'s picture

Washington, D. C. Ever consider that??

C.  Simon's picture

My basement.

glenn smythe's picture

qatlantic city, nj or philadelphia,pa

Stephen Sweigart's picture

NY or Philly.

Don Bilger's picture

How about a Midwestern venue for the Show, say Detroit or Cleveland?

Doogie's picture

Denver is a central location and reasonably easy to get around. We'll throw in a view of the mountains, no extra charge.

Bruce W.'s picture

Forget Miami, I don't go there. Ft. Lauderdale has a nice convention center, or, if you can get it, the Nat'l. Car Rental Center is pretty cool. Either way, I would be there. It's been a while since you were anywhere in this area, and I know for a fact there are people down here spending big $ on equipment and systems.

Steven Alexander's picture

I need an excuse to visit Manhattan

Chris's picture


TL's picture

What's wrong with Boston?

tom's picture

chicago,dallas,kansas city, st louis,memphis, new orleans just something in the middle half way for everyone

Scott Rosenbaum's picture

Minneapolis, long cold winters are perfect for sitting inside and listening to the tunes.

Bill Ehrig's picture

How about Boston? There's a great high-end community and dealer network in Beantown.

Jeffrey Michael, Chicago's picture

I think the Pacific Northwest is a great place, if not an area that is much deserving of one. There are certainly enough people living there now, and it's a great getaway spot to boot.

Andrew Johnson's picture

Everything but an NFL team is the weather is often nice.'s picture

Just for kicks . . . How about Durango, Colorado? Bet ol' Frank from Northstar Leading The Way would go for that one. . hehehe. . . Bet you wouldn't have the guts to do it here (and that is a dare).

JIM PAIRE's picture


K.Y.  Tan's picture

Great weather! Great Scenery!! Friendly & most of all Safe!!!!

Mike Wisker's picture

Indianapolis? Lots of great convention room, good hotels, and a wonderful downtown area and mall. Check it out! They don't call it the crossroads of America for nothing.

Dave W.'s picture

Northeast, Maine, Vermont, Mass. or northwest, Washington, Oregon; travel is relatively inexpensive to these destinations and there's plenty to do outside.