2023 AXPONA Show Report

Here's all the Exhibitors at this year's show  



You all got to hear the all new Mon Acoustic Supermon Isobaric Speakers and Sanctus Cables, they must be heard to be believed ! They will at Booth 646 at this Show !

Who's going to this Show ?


Sorry @rick2000 but while the Clarisys speakers were good the Borresen Acoustics M3 Reference speakers were IMO in another world and best of show. Not even a contest. 

I have a different opinion of the Fritz Audio speakers and Atma-Sphere class D monos. When I walked into the room on Sunday, I didn’t like the music being played (I forgot what it was). My friend and I looked through the LPs and CDs that were available in the room and we found it difficult to find anything that we were familiar with. Atma-Sphere/Fritz really need to bring a good streaming setup or a more diversified collection of audiophile music.

That said, my friend found a Peter Gabriel CD (Long Walk Home, music from the Rabbit-Proof Fence) to play that he was somewhat familiar with. The soundstage was enormous, melting the side walls and the window/curtains behind the speakers. Layers within the soundstage were very evident. Images were very well defined and there was excellent separation between them. Tonality was very good. I’ve never liked Class D amps and I’ve listened to them for many years going back to the Spectron and Devialet amps. I’ve never liked the high frequencies of Class D amps of the past. I have no complaints about the Fritz speakers or the Atma-Sphere Class D amps in regards to tonality, soundstaging and imaging.

I asked the person to play an Emmylou Harris LP that was pretty good but not as impressive as the Gabriel CD. I wish they had music that I was more familiar with to audition their system. We tried to connect our phone via BT to the Topping DAC in the room but they didn’t have the remote control to do the pairing.

Clarisys Audio Minuets can play with the very best speakers on the planet now 

 Another Best-Of-Show winner  

Speaker Companies and

..."Forum Moderators" should be very worried about these speakers now.