Plinius Listening Evening at The Listening Post Hamilton

August 19, 2010

The good folk at The Listening Post in Hamilton are offering dedicated hi-fi buffs and music lovers the chance to be among the first in the world to hear Plinius’ 30th Anniversary limited edition amplifier and CD player.

That’s right – Plinius has been building quality audio gear for three whole decades and to celebrate, the company has launched a pair of special components based on the 9200 integrated amp and the CD101 CD player, with substantial re engineering and different looks. With a production run of only 100 units, there are less than 30 sets available for purchase internationally, with over 70 pre ordered before the launch even happened.

If you want to hear the gear, you need to be there – at least two of the Witchdoctor team will be dragging down SH1 for a listen, so come yell at us about that review you didn’t like, or grill us about our choice in music or arm wrestle Gary Pearce before they fire up the system.

Where : The Listening Post, 657 Victoria St, Hamilton

When : 7pm, Thursday the 26th of August

Numbers are limited so RSVP by calling 0800 80 44 34 or emailing [email protected]

For more info on the new products, click here

1 Comment

  1. It was a great evening last night, Romesh and his band of merry men + Aaron and Aidan from Plinius made for a memorable night.
    And watch this space for some exciting news from Plinius…

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