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?

Gregg's picture


Anonymous's picture

Washington, DC

mike eschman's picture

new orleans

Greg's picture

Midwest (Chicago again, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis, Cleveland, etc.)

Anonymous's picture

Boston, MA

D.  Davidson's picture

Dallas, Texas? Yes, Dallas, Texas!

A.  Cain's picture

How about Las Vegas.

Woody Battle's picture

Atlanta. There has never been a major hifi show in the southeast.

Daniel Griffith's picture

San Jose, Ca. would be better though. It's about 45 min south of San Francisco. You know it. It's also known as Silicon Valley.

Mark Aaron's picture


Andrew C.'s picture

Have you considered Portland, OR?

Tze Kwang teo's picture

Somewhere in Michigan? Say, the Cobo Center in Detroit?

doug's picture

Vancouver B.C. Canada

Anonymous's picture

Chicago-my kind of town



Bison Osugi's picture

Sturgis, S.D.: Golden Eaers vs. Golden Hogs

Tony's picture

There is "NO SUBSTITUTE" for NYC.

Rick Carlson's picture

Might I suggest Denver for your next HiFi Show. Easily accessible from both coasts. Denver International Airport (DIA) is second largest hub for United Airlines. Revitalized Lower Downtown (LODO) area with great restaurants and clubs. Coors Field. Lots of Hotel rooms with reasonable rates. About the same demographics as Seattle. At the foot of the Rocky Mountains. You won't be disappointed. Thanks for your consideration. Sincerely, Rick Carlson

Jose Garcia's picture

How about Boston , Mass.This is a beautifull city with lots of HiFi Stores and it is the House of the Boston Pops . Another convinience is the proximity to NH , NY ,Conn. and other cities who has many audiophiles . And even more , I can make a trip from my hometown ( Puerto Rico ) with the excuse to visit my parents at Pawtuckect , RI . Think about it , a weekend at audio nirvana with spare time to see New Port , RI ,do some magic tricks to your equipment at Salem and eat some lobsters at Maine . JUST PERFECT. See you there.

Antenor's picture

San Jose, CA ?

Dale's picture

Looking forward to a HI-FI show I can attend!

Art Shapiro's picture

anywhere but LA! The traffic is unacceptable. Chicago was interesting, and you seem to have shortchanged the entire middle of the country until last year. It would be interesting to see St. Louis or New Orleans. As far as easy access and good transportation, you have never beat San Francisco. Art (Southern California)

Richard Lansing's picture

Boston. A change from New York's picture


Steve Joyce's picture


Tom Samarati's picture

Everyone loves to visit San Francisco, that's why I live here. But please learn from your mistake several years ago of using an older hotel like the St. Francis. The elevators, rooms, and corridors are just not spacious enough for the crowds. I'd recommend holding the show at a newer suburbian hotel such as the Embassy Suites in San Rafael or Burlingame. They're still close to the city and less hassle for regional attendees to park cars. An all suites hotel will give your smaller companies a front display room and then a back room to store non-display items or just get a break from the crowds.

Troy McHenry's picture

How about Raleigh, NC -lots of convention areas and hotels. Or the great city of Charlotte, NC.

Bob of Clifton's picture

Northern NJ......NOT NYC.