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Melco’s Entire Range of Music Storage Solutions at Bristol

Melco’s entire range of digital music storage solutions discoverable at Bristol

Melco set to show music lovers how to best preserve and play their precious music collections from its prime foyer position

20th February 2019, UK: Melco, the world’s leading high-performance digital music storage solutions manufacturer, will be bringing its entire range of digital music libraries to The Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2019, enabling visitors to discover how Melco’s uncompromising approach to digital music storage and playback can best benefit them.

Melco will be discussing the ultimate archival-quality CD-importing into the digital domain; perfect for music lovers looking to preserve a lifetime of carefully curated music in the best possible quality for optimum playback with today’s high-resolution DACs.

A wide range of high-performance digital music libraries will be available to discover, including the new space-saving N100 and N10 models, which offer class-leading performance (from the N10) and real-world affordability (from the entry-level N100).

Melco’s expert UK team, including General Manager Alan Ainslie, will be offering advice and answering questions, including advising on the benefits of migrating to Melco from Linn, Naim and other hardware providers.

Melco has a prime position in the foyer this year, making it easy to find the products and engage with the Melco team. Accessories including the D100 CD loader/transport and E100 digital storage drive will also be available, showing the versatility of Melco’s approach.

About Melco

MELCO (Maki Engineering Laboratory Company) 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 was 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 (Buffalo Inc.), offering advanced products based on rigorous R&D. These included 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 network 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.

Jay Luong

Mr. Audio Bacon himself. An open-minded electrical engineer and software developer by trade. I have an obsession with the enjoyment of all things media - specifically in the realm of music and film. So much heart and soul (and money) go into the creation of this artistry. My aim is to find out which products get me closer to what the musicians and directors intended.

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