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RAAL-requisite added to exhibitor list!
If you're into both headphones and 2 channel stuff or is in the market for a summit-fi headphone system, I would highly, highly recommend checking out Raal Requisite
I absolutely love my pair and will happily put it up against any flagship headphone system, including the 1266 Phi TC and the Shangri-La Sr.
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Yeah, I listened to the RAAL-requisite SR1a at CanJam at RMAF last year, and that thing was impressive. If you're going to CanJam Singapore, it's one you definitely do not want to miss.
Yeah, for sure. I'm sorry to have missed this in NYC but what I heard at RMAF was impressive!
Had such a fun time at NYC CanJam 2019... if I never visited Singapore before, I might have made a trip out there to vacation AND visit CanJam again!
1More, Abyss Headphones, Kimber Kable, and Woo Audio added to exhibitor list!
That's my plan as well. To visit Singapore and combine it with a CanJam to get insight into companies that don't make it to the US based CanJams. CanJam London is a good possibility for me next year.
You are fortunate to be able to do that. Let us know what you find out!
DCS, Fun Acoustics, Kennerton Audio Equipment, Lyre Acoustics, Softears, and Topping added to exhibitor list!
Hidizs, Manley Labs, and R.A.D. added to exhibitor list!
quite some new folks coming in, nice..
only concern is it by them manufacturers or the dealers, cause as i remember most are carried by the distro only, which limits exposure
I worked in CanJam for one of the exhibitors 2 years back. There will be "CanJam Special Promo" for most of the exhibited item.
I've been at a couple Canjam SG's and the trick is to figure out the cheapest way to pay for stuff. For most people, this is going to be cash and if you're even slightly interested in something, I would carry cash to the event.
You can take advantage of the sales there and buy stuff straight off the floor. Some brands won't allow this but most people, if you ask nicely, will give you a big discount on the display units, which you can pick up after events end. Floor demos from some brands sell out quickly, and you want to be a bit strategic - think about what you really want, what you kind of want, stuff like that. If you're 100% ready to buy something, make it the first booth you go to.
Almost everyone is going to have some amount discounts - the question is whether you can get a better deal at a physical store. You might see something that's 10% off at the event but the SG dealer might be perfectly happy to do 15% off the bat. If you have time, visit a dealer or two before the main event. I don't think I work that hard at finding deals there but I always end up with at least one piece of gear that I'd consider a fantastic deal.
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