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I am planning to go to this year's RMAF next month. It will be my first audio show, and I can see it is a rather big one given the long list of exhibitors.

So, I thought I would ask any of the veterans of previous shows what tips you have to make the show as enjoyable and painless as possibile. There are some brands that I definitely want to listen to, but I would love to know which exhibits I should not miss. Also, any practical advice on how to navigate the hotel or what order to tackle the rooms would be appreciated.

Also, if there are any other AVS members going, maybe we could meet up. It is always interesting to meet some of the people from these forums in person. I would happily trade some local Denver tips for tips on the show and how best to evaluate speakers, since I plan to get a set after the show and I definitely do not have the best ear for music or critical listening.

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I am planning to go to this year's RMAF next month. It will be my first audio show, and I can see it is a rather big one given the long list of exhibitors.
So, I thought I would ask any of the veterans of previous shows what tips you have to make the show as enjoyable and painless as possibile. There are some brands that I definitely want to listen to, but I would love to know which exhibits I should not miss. Also, any practical advice on how to navigate the hotel or what order to tackle the rooms would be appreciated.
Also, if there are any other AVS members going, maybe we could meet up. It is always interesting to meet some of the people from these forums in person. I would happily trade some local Denver tips for tips on the show and how best to evaluate speakers, since I plan to get a set after the show and I definitely do not have the best ear for music or critical listening.
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Prepare to walk a lot.

I printed off the list of exhibitors and highlighed the ones I wanted to visit. Then I found out where they were (tower/floor/room) and tried to number them in the order than made for the least amount of running back and forth.
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I hope to meet some of you ladies and gents at the show this year. Happy travels.

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Vapor Audio will have a couple rooms this year, 577 sharing with BMC Electronics and 593 using Arte Forma gear. Please do come by and say hello ... swing by after hours and we'll certainly have plenty of beer and wine to share. Brandon, you have to come by and say hi smile.gif

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I hope to meet some of you ladies and gents at the show this year. Happy travels.

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Vapor Audio will have a couple rooms this year, 577 sharing with BMC Electronics and 593 using Arte Forma gear. Please do come by and say hello ... swing by after hours and we'll certainly have plenty of beer and wine to share. Brandon, you have to come by and say hi smile.gif

I am planning to drop by the Vapor Audio room..thanks for the info. Nuance, it would be great to meet. Your speaker quest thread is a great read and I am planning to look at towers in the $1,500-2,000 range after the show, so I would love to pick your brain. I am hoping to audition a bunch in my own home, some ID and some B&M brands.

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Prepare to walk a lot.
I printed off the list of exhibitors and highlighed the ones I wanted to visit. Then I found out where they were (tower/floor/room) and tried to number them in the order than made for the least amount of running back and forth.

I was thinking along the same lines...maybe starting at the top and using stairs to work my way down. Which rooms were your favorite at the previous shows?

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The elevators are slow. Really, really slow, and are normally packed. The best technique is to use them to go to the top floor in the tower you are planning on visiting (there are two), and take the stairs down floor by floor.

Other advise:

  • Bring a CD or some other storage device (a lot of rooms are using servers, Mac Mini's, etc, that can take other devices), with some songs that you know and like. This is handy as you will gain a greater appreciation for the equipment and notice differences more readily with music you already know. Be prepared to hear a lot of the same songs/artists as some material is constantly used to demo stuff. Not all of it will be to your tastes, but be polite.
  • Bring a water, most of the rooms will have the A/C turned off as they are super loud and detract from the listening experience, but that translates to a lot of really warm rooms.
  • Try not to take too much time in the sweet spot as a lot of people will be coming through the rooms, but definitely don't be afraid to wait for it if you find the room interesting.
  • Try to keep conversations in the hallway if a demo is going on.
  • Don't stand at the back of the room where the bathrooms are, they almost always have a huge bass peak and that throws off the system balance.
  • There are going to be a lot of exhibitors, some of the best demo's I have had are from companies I have never heard of outside of die hard audiophile circles, try experimenting.
  • With that in mind, don't feel as though you need to hit every room, you'll be too rushed to enjoy many of them.
  • Bring earplugs, some of the demos can get uncomfortably loud. I sat too close to one of the surrounds at the multichannel DSOTM demo a year or two ago and it gave me a fair amount of pain in my ear for the remainder of the day.
  • There aren't really that many great food choices around the hotel. I've never cared for the restaurant in the hotel, and in easy walking distance are mainly fast food joints. The Mexican place across the street is not very good IMHO, a lot of people hit the Wendy's across the street (so expect a line), and the Panera (I think its a Panera at least) has some decent sandwiches. If you plan on where to go to lunch before you get hungry, several other options are available a block or two away.
  • Don't park in the business center across the street from the hotel. Over the years the office centers have gotten more aggressive about their parking policy and I saw several cars being towed last year.



How long you are going to be there will also impact your game plan. The show is generally busiest on Saturday, and slowest early Friday and late Sunday. I normally go all three days, so I hit my "must see's" on Friday as long as they are set up, and then take in the rest of the show on the next two days, with Sunday mainly being a missed room or second demo of gear that I liked.

The show is a lot of fun (my favorite audio show of the year normally), and the people are great, hopefully you have a great time.

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The elevators are slow. Really, really slow, and are normally packed. The best technique is to use them to go to the top floor in the tower you are planning on visiting (there are two), and take the stairs down floor by floor.
Other advise:
  • Bring a CD or some other storage device (a lot of rooms are using servers, Mac Mini's, etc, that can take other devices), with some songs that you know and like. This is handy as you will gain a greater appreciation for the equipment and notice differences more readily with music you already know. Be prepared to hear a lot of the same songs/artists as some material is constantly used to demo stuff. Not all of it will be to your tastes, but be polite.
  • Bring a water, most of the rooms will have the A/C turned off as they are super loud and detract from the listening experience, but that translates to a lot of really warm rooms.
  • Try not to take too much time in the sweet spot as a lot of people will be coming through the rooms, but definitely don't be afraid to wait for it if you find the room interesting.
  • Try to keep conversations in the hallway if a demo is going on.
  • Don't stand at the back of the room where the bathrooms are, they almost always have a huge bass peak and that throws off the system balance.
  • There are going to be a lot of exhibitors, some of the best demo's I have had are from companies I have never heard of outside of die hard audiophile circles, try experimenting.
  • With that in mind, don't feel as though you need to hit every room, you'll be too rushed to enjoy many of them.
  • Bring earplugs, some of the demos can get uncomfortably loud. I sat too close to one of the surrounds at the multichannel DSOTM demo a year or two ago and it gave me a fair amount of pain in my ear for the remainder of the day.
  • There aren't really that many great food choices around the hotel. I've never cared for the restaurant in the hotel, and in easy walking distance are mainly fast food joints. The Mexican place across the street is not very good IMHO, a lot of people hit the Wendy's across the street (so expect a line), and the Panera (I think its a Panera at least) has some decent sandwiches. If you plan on where to go to lunch before you get hungry, several other options are available a block or two away.
  • Don't park in the business center across the street from the hotel. Over the years the office centers have gotten more aggressive about their parking policy and I saw several cars being towed last year.
How long you are going to be there will also impact your game plan. The show is generally busiest on Saturday, and slowest early Friday and late Sunday. I normally go all three days, so I hit my "must see's" on Friday as long as they are set up, and then take in the rest of the show on the next two days, with Sunday mainly being a missed room or second demo of gear that I liked.
The show is a lot of fun (my favorite audio show of the year normally), and the people are great, hopefully you have a great time.

Thanks for the great advice. I actually live close enough that I plan to bike there and avoid parking all together, barring a bad rain storm. I also appreciate the warning about the food. I remember similar troubles finding good eats at other conventions I have been to. Maybe I will bring food to make it easier. I will only be attending Fri and part of Sat, so I guess I will have to prioritize.

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I am hoping to drive up but have weeklong training the next week so have to have my slides ready... Work before play!

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I am hoping to drive up but have weeklong training the next week so have to have my slides ready... Work before play!

Hopefully you can make it.

I started going through the list of exhibitors...wow..way too many to see them all. I guess I will have to cut down on my expectations on how many I will listen to. Still, can't wait.

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There's time to see everything. Just don't waste time in the rooms that sound bad or that don't interest you.

One suggestion I'd make is to keep track of the rooms you especially like, and visit them again on Sunday afternoon. Honstly, most rooms sound best on Sunday, once the people running them have had time to tweak everything. Also don't be afraid to ask for after hours demos if you're seriously interested in something. Personally, I'm happy to oblige if someone wants. And that gives you an excellent chance to hear without people constantly coming and going from the room.

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I thought I would bump this, seeing how the show is in a couple days.

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Interesting post over at Stereophile going over some of the product releases at this years RMAF. JVS states he didn't get them all, but the new Wilson's he mentioned should be fun to demo. Also, SVS will be showing some new gear this year as well. Fun stuff.

Edit: Fixed broken link.

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I saw that. I did not realize how many products roll out at RMAF. Luckily, I am mostly interested in speakers, not so much the high end electronics etc. I also saw on the Legacy audio thread here that the new Aeris is being released, and folks on the Aperion thread are anticipating something new. Should be fun.

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Come and visit me in the Fried Audio room (room 1102), as I'll be co-hosting it with PAD (Big Red Machine). I look forward to see you guys there.
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Interesting post over at Sterophile going over some of the product releases at this years RMAF. JVS states he didn't get them all, but the new Wilson's he mentioned should be fun to demo. Also, SVS will be showing some new gear this year as well. Fun stuff.

HI. Can you give us a better link to the Stereophile post? Yours doesn't work, and I couldn't find the post from the stereophile home page. Thanks.
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HI. Can you give us a better link to the Stereophile post? Yours doesn't work, and I couldn't find the post from the stereophile home page. Thanks.
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How could any TRUE audiophile take serious a conference/demo that doesn't included Bose or Pyle Pro!? smile.gif

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Or new boom boxes from Aiwa!

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I cannot wait for all of the new annoucements from all of the manufacturers.
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I can't wait for Sunday myself to see all of this and now have my list of companies to go see! it will be a fun weekend coming up!

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Nice Nuance, I will be happy to meet you there if you are there on Sunday! And if Dennis Murphy going to be there as well?

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Hopefully a full report of what is hot and sounds good will be relayed to those of us who don't live near Colorado!

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I will try to snap some pics with my iPad and post stuff as I go around, assuming I can get wifi. If not, later that night when I get home.


I really need to check this forum less often, I am actually supposed to be working... rolleyes.gif
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I really need to check this forum less often, I am actually supposed to be working... rolleyes.gif

haha I hate to say it but I'm doing the same thing here at work, but its a slow day at my job so phew! I will try and take some pictures myself and post them on here. I have a list of 16 companies I want to see so it will be a busy day on Sunday due to the fact they close at 4:00 pm

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I was probably going to go to the SVS room anyway, but now I am definitely interested:

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/speakers/floorstanding/svs-ultra-speakers

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yeah I totally agree with you there, I want to see SVS (which is on top of my list) as well as Aperion, Emotiva and Totem to see what some of there new products sound like, at the end of this I might be selling all my speakers for some thing new. I'm sure my wife will hate me. :/ (But I will have a smile)

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I was probably going to go to the SVS room anyway, but now I am definitely interested:
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WOW, those look awesome and promising.
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Nice Nuance, I will be happy to meet you there if you are there on Sunday! And if Dennis Murphy going to be there as well?

I'll be there but I think Dennis departs early Sunday. I look forward to meeting you.

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