Audible Images Unveils AXPONA Audio Show Lineup with MartinLogan

MartinLogan CLX Art electrostatic speakers are featured in a room with Krell, Transparent and a rare professional grade open reel tape machine playing classic master copy dubs.

Jacksonville, FL - March 5, 2012 - Audible Images, a leading MartinLogan Reserve ESL dealer, is inviting audiophiles to a unique listening experience at the Audio Expo North America (AXPONA), from March 9-11 at the Omni Hotel, Jacksonville, FL, in the Florida Room.


AXPONA Audio Expo offers demonstrations of home audio playback equipment and software replicating live music as accurately as possible. The most advanced audio equipment available is demonstrated by manufacturers and high-end A/V shops like Audible Images to reproduce the emotions of musician's live performances. Attendees have direct contact with designers and manufacturing-trained personnel while listening to the latest equipment available demonstrated throughout the venue.

Joining five CLX Art speakers will be five MartinLogan Depth i and two Descent i subwoofers, a Krell Evo 707 processor, Krell Cipher CD/SACD for multichannel, Krell Evolution Amplifiers and Transparent Reference XL and MM cabling and power conditioning. Raising the audio bar even higher, the Audible Images demo room will also feature a modified ½ track professional grade open reel tape machine that reproduces effortless two-channel sound duplicated from original analog master copies! With music samples from The Tape Project, it has been touted by both acousticians and audiophiles as the best sounding medium in the world.

Tasked with translating these demanding formats, MartinLogan's CLX Art represents the culmination of everything MartinLogan learned about electrostatic speaker technology since the first product was brought to market in 1983. The industry benchmark for resolving detail, CLX Art utilizes dual electrostatic transducers to render the most complex musical passages as faithfully as a crystal prism disperses the full color spectrum. This is the limitless spectrum of the CLX Art - the absolute truth in musical reproduction.

"AXPONA is the perfect event for audiophiles and music fans that are passionate about their audio investments," said Ed Masterson, owner of Audible Images. "There are educational seminars, networking opportunities, and of course, the best audio demos you will hear at any trade show in the world."

Also headlining at AXPONA, a live concert by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in a world-class concert hall designed for an intimate and acoustically superior experience. The March 8-10 concert weekend features Beethoven's Seventh Symphony, one of the "A-list" works for the classical audiophile.

Audible Images is located in Melbourne, Florida, for more information or to set up an appointment in their new theaters showroom, please visit www.audibleimagesAV.com.

For more information on MartinLogan, please visit www.martinlogan.com.

About MartinLogan, Ltd.
Since 1983 MartinLogan has handcrafted high performance electrostatic speakers. Their award-winning designs, advanced technologies, and outstanding customer service have long made MartinLogan's amazingly detailed speakers a must have for home theater and music lovers around the world. Located in Lawrence, Kansas, MartinLogan's dedicated in-house design and engineering team carefully creates each speaker to provide unparalleled sound reproduction along with industry leading aesthetics.

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