Living Voice has announced its plans for the Munich High End show which kicks off on May 9th. The company will be unveiling the new R25A model (above) which celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Auditorium loudspeaker, the most affordable speaker that they make. The Vox Basso (below) is also making its first public debut and is the latest addition to the Vox series of loudspeakers. The Vox Basso is our take on “a more physically demure” subwoofer design with a smaller footprint than the Vox Elysian, and is designed to partner with either the Vox Olympian or Vox Palladian horn speakers. The main system will feature the Vox Palladian/Vox Basso combination.
In between times and throughout the show they will be playing the classic Living Voice OBX-RW3 floorstanders in a new piano ebony livery. All of this will be partnered with vintage Kondo electronics as well as both analogue and digital sources gracing a brace of G2 equipment tables. LV will be playing records on a Grand Prix Audio Monaco 2.0 turntable with a Kuzma 4-point tonearm and CAR 60 cartridge, plus a second tonearm in the form of the Viv Labs RF7″ with Ortofon SPU Century or Royal GM MK II cartridge. The digital source will be their “high octane giant killer” CD player LV CD300. Power supply duties will be delivered by the Living Voice Pure Music battery power supply system.