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?

Ron A.'s picture

New Orleans

Lawrence's picture

saskatoon Canada

Morris Martin,Jr.'s picture

Williamsburg,Va. Charlotte,N.C.

Anonymous's picture

Baltimore/Washington, DC

KRB's picture

Any of the above or Chicago. Whichever city you choose, please choose a slightly more upscale hotel. Your last shows in Los Angeles and Chicago were in hotels that were a just a bit too "dumpy".

BobM's picture

New York, of course - because that's where I live & work!

Mangoman's picture

Miami, please. Most of us don't bite.

Paul W.  Simoni's picture

Let's get back into the sun and fun, but this time a different venue than Doral, please. Nice hotel, but awkward for what you need.

Barry Krakovsky's picture

How about Atlanta, GA?

Adam's picture

Minneapolis, a great central location! Enough with the coasts!!! (yes i know the last one was in Chicago)

Pan's picture

How about Toronto? Why not recognize that your neighbor to the north (or south, if you happen to be in Seattle) has a large and enthusiastic audiophile community? And it's a pretty nice city to boot.

JohnS's picture


Frank Cheng's picture

What about San Jose, in the heart of Silicon Valley? Many modern, large facilities, good public transportation, and the highest concentration of high-income population that has the buying power to support this industry! Someone needs to educate them that high-quality music doesn't come from a computer and two little side speakers.

Anonymous's picture

Boston- New England is know for thier technology, and they have some of the best Speaker makers in the world there

Anonymous's picture

Seattle, WA. Proximity to Vancouver BC makes this a big metro area with a large, active audio/music loving population.

Stephen's picture

Denver. I get tired of the high rip off prices charged at these so-called meccas. Denver has everything they do plus some of the most beautiful country in the US!

GhostDogg's picture

It`s the closest one to Norway

hemroidious's picture


Dan Wilson's picture

I would like to see you guys do a show in the heart of Dixie: Atlanta.

Tim Wolfe's picture

Sheraton Crossroads, Mahwah, NJ. It's BIG, plenty of parking, and easy access to main roads leading to/from New York City!!!

Chris S.'s picture

The greatest show on earth in the greatest city on earth. You can't go wrong with the Big Apple.

Brian Rowe's picture

Minneapolis/St. Paul. With all of the high-end designers located here, why not a Stereophile HI-FI Show?

George Sakakini's picture

Washington, DC.

Truett Akin's picture


Anonymous's picture

Seattle will draw people by car from Portland and Vancouver BC as well and Puget Sound Region. Cheap air fare from CA.

Tom's picture

S.F. and its Bay area are home to one of largest audiophile populations in the world.

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Brent L.  Tucker's picture

Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City is a centrally located city in the US. Kansas City also has a thriving Highend Community, and we have plenty of hotels suitible for hosting a major show. I would be glad to work with you, in whatever capacity that I can. I may be reached at (816) 966-9203, or Thank you

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Lonnie Brownell's picture

How about San Diego? America's Finest City, y'know. The airport's right next to downtown, and close to the other main hotel centers (Mission Valley and Mission Bay). It's a great vacation destination (bring the kids!), with the best year-round climate in the continental US. C'mon down!