|By PR Newswire||
|January 7, 2014 03:41 PM EST||
WEST LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Luxury Publishing Group Inc., the parent company of AudiophileReview.com, HomeTheaterReview.com and HomeTheaterEquipment.com, today announced that it will sponsor and promote a new audiophile and home theater consumer show in Los Angeles.
The HTR Show will be held at the Marina Del Rey Marriott from November 7 through 9, 2014.
The Home Theater Review (HTR) Show will be open to the general public and will incorporate the best in high-resolution music, UltraHD video, audiophile components, home theater systems, installed premium car audio, high-end headphones and much more.
"With new technologies like UltraHD and music in high resolution, there are all-new reasons for people to return to the stereo store for the first time in a long time," says HomeTheaterReview.com publisher Jerry Del Colliano. "The Home Theater Review Show will be the largest high-end AV showcase in the world for the weekend of November 7, 2014. Consumers will get to see Bel Air Circuit "day-and-date" 4K D-Cinema theater exhibitions. They will get to hear master tape audio. They will get to hear music in new, high resolution formats. The best installed car audio from top auto makers will be on display. Mobile audio from USB DACs to high-end headphones will all be on display in a gorgeous, full-redone hotel with ocean and marina views. Its going to be really fun for all involved.
"The HTR Show is no imitation of other regional AV shows. It's a show designed to be differentiated and experiential. Expect to be saying WOW all day long in a venue that is gorgeous."
The Home Theater Review Show will begin selling expo rooms, suites, audiophile-fantastic demo rooms and large-format ballroom exhibit space immediately.
More information about the HTR Show will be coming to HTRShow.com in the coming days and weeks. This will include consumer ticket and hotel room options at the Marina Del Rey Marriott.
SOURCE Luxury Publishing Group Inc.
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