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July 4, 2015

KLIAVS 2015: Day one in photos….

The Kuala Lumpur International AV Show 2015’s opening ceremony was graced by the Chairman of YTL Corporation Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay who officially launched the event at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at about 9.15am.

 

From left: Chairman Organising Committee KL International AV Show 2015 Dick Tan, Chairman of YTL Corporation Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay and General Manager of J.W> Marriott hotel  Mahmoud Skaf cutting the ribbon at the opening ceremony of the KLIAVS 2015.
From left: Chairman Organising Committee KL International AV Show 2015 Dick Tan, Chairman of YTL Corporation Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay and General Manager of J.W. Marriott hotel Mahmoud Skaf cutting the ribbon at the opening ceremony of the KLIAVS 2015.

 

Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay visiting some of the exhibitors at the show.
Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay visiting some of the exhibitors at the show.

 

Dick Tan escorting Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay to see some laser projectors.
Dick Tan escorting Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay to see some laser projectors.

 

Tan Sri Yeoh in the room featuring Sharp products
Tan Sri Yeoh in the room featuring Sharp products

 

Tan Sri Yeoh looking at a home automation system that can be controlled by an Apple watch.
Tan Sri Yeoh looking at a home automation system that can be controlled by an Apple watch.

 

Dick Tan explaining to Tan Sri Yeoh that vinyl and turntables are making a comeback.
Dick Tan explaining to Tan Sri Yeoh that vinyl and turntables are making a comeback at the Asia Sound room.

 

AV Designs' James Tan and the PMC Fact 12 speakers.
AV Designs’ James Tan and the PMC Fact 12 speakers.

 

The all-Bryston system driving the PMC speakers.
The all-Bryston system driving the PMC speakers.

 

The Bryston BOT-1 Optical Transport
The Bryston BOT-1 Optical Transport

 

The ceiling Bryston speaker in AV Designs' Dolby Atmos AV system.
The ceiling Bryston speaker in AV Designs’ Dolby Atmos AV system.

 

Look at the height of the speakers at the McIntosh room.
Look at the height of the speakers at the McIntosh room.

 

The familiar blue dial of the McIntosh amp.
The familiar blue dial of the McIntosh amp.

 

The unfamiliar green tubes of the McIntosh.
The unfamiliar green tubes of the McIntosh.

 

More McIntosh amps and speakers at Audio Perfectionist.
More McIntosh amps and speakers at Audio Perfectionist.

 

These speakers are supposed to be based on the Apogees.
These full-ribbon speakers are supposed to be based on the Apogees.

 

Perfect Hi-Fi's Andy Tan posing next to the Sonus Faber Lilium speakers.
Perfect Hi-Fi’s Andy Tan posing next to the Sonus Faber Lilium speakers.

 

Audio Research components at Perfect Hi-Fi.
The Sonus Faber Lilium speakers were driven by Audio Research components at Perfect Hi-Fi.

 

More than a hundred thousand ringgit worth of Nordost cables.
More than a hundred thousand ringgit worth of Nordost cables.

 

Naim's sales director Doug Graham posing beside the Naim Statement pre and power amps that cost around RM700k.
Naim’s sales director Doug Graham posing beside the Naim Statement pre and power amps that cost around RM700k.

 

Chord Hugo designer Rob Watts giving a talk on DACs.
Chord Hugo designer Robert Watts giving a talk on DACs.

 

Franck Tchang giving a talk on his resonators and speakers in a seminar organised by CMY.
Franck Tchang giving a talk on his resonators and speakers in a seminar organised by CMY.