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Melco Audio

Melco was established by Makoto Maki in 1975 in Japan. Maki, an enthusiastic audiophile, established the company to design and manufacture the finest audio components of the time - the undoubted masterpiece of the Melco line being the turntable, introduced into the UK in 1980, which set new standards in music reproduction.

From those early beginnings Melco developed into the largest computer peripherals manufacturer in Japan, offering advanced products based on rigorous R&D, including Wireless routers, Ethernet Data Switches and storage devices such as NAS drives.

Now the Company is proud to revive the highly-respected Melco brand, offering discerning audiophiles high technology networked audio components in the spirit of those much revered early Melco products, while incorporating the very latest research into reliable high performance networked devices and storage.

'MELCO' stands for Maki Engineering Laboratory Company.

Web Link: http://melco-audio.com/

Where to find Melco Audio at the show

See Melco Audio in Room 204 on the 2nd Floor and on Stand Bristol 10a on the Ground Floor

In previous years visitors to the KOG AUDIO room have been consistent in their praise, commenting on the great sound, interesting music and friendly atmosphere. This year the approach will be no different, and we proudly present the following…The highly acclaimed Melco N1, now in MkII form. T+A electronics, including the R-Series Multi-Source Player and Integrated Amplifier. Tellurium Q Interconnects, Speaker Cable and Power Cords. Finally, the unique Russell-K Red 150 Speaker System. Come and visit - it will be worth it!

New products from Melco - will be showing new extreme performance CD loader for both bit-perfect CD Import into Melco and as a stand-alone CD player with computers. Melco specialist Expansion storage will be shown that increases capacity of Melco with no sound quality compromise. Live demo of Metadata management with SongKong for Melco.

New Product Launches: Melco D100 CD Loader and Reader, Melco E100 Expansion Storage

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