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Bosendorfer Loudspeakers at HE2005


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NYC, April 2005 — Bosendorfer Loudspeakers, widely acclaimed among European and Asian audiophiles, make an appearance this coming weekend at the HE Show 2005 at the New York Hilton to enter the national American high end audio market.

Calling all Audiophiles: Bosendorfer Loudspeakers, produced by the world-renowned piano maker, and designed by Hans Deutsch, speaker creator extraordinaire, venture out to change the listening experience of American hi-fi aficionados: utilizing an advance design radically different from other speaker technologies they produce sound authentic to an actual live listening experience.

Musician and acoustics expert, Hans Deutsch who worked closely with Herbert von Karajan and dedicated his entire life to the creation of the ideal speaker for true-to-life sound reproduction, now incorporating piano making tradition and expertise, considers the Bosendorfer his crowning achievement: a new dimension in unsurpassed sound.

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Bosendorfer Pianos – the heritage of the Bosendorfer Loudspeakers will be highlighted by the exhibit of two exceptionally designed pianos: Special Design and Limited Edition, Porsche and Emperor, with outstanding talent performing live during the course of the show. Bosendorfer Loudspeakers, the re-incarnation of the Bosendorfer Piano, “re-producing true sound on all instruments”.

“Everybody that designs speakers tries to do something different, but Hans Deutsch
has in fact an extraordinary approach”, says Marvin Welkowitz, professional audio engineer and recent associate of Bosendorfer New York. “No other speaker is built like this — built like an instrument. It is a complex way of producing sound, and the result is nothing short of incredible!”

Bosendorfer New York continues to partner with Art Audio and Synergistic Research “involving the listener and bringing the live experience closer to the heart”. Both makers of some of the finest audio equipment existing calibrate their components to Bosendorfer specifications, creating the perfect prerequisite for genuine sound to evolve. Further information will be obtainable during the exhibition: Bryant Suite, 2nd floor,
New York Hilton, 1335 Avenue of the Americas (6th Ave btw 53rd & 54th)



Bosendorfer New York is the first exclusive Bosendorfer showroom outside of Vienna, Austria, where the famous piano manufacturer was founded more than 175 years ago. Located at 200 Lexington Avenue, also known as the New York Design Center, Bosendorfer New York boasts a collection of finely handcrafted instruments, dedicated to representing outstanding Austrian design and craftsmanship as exemplified by Bosendorfer Pianos and Bosendorfer Loudspeakers.

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Bosendorfer is the official piano of Birdland and the Blue Note jazz club and can further be seen and heard at the Austrian Cultural Forum, the Neue Galerie Museum, the Goethe-Institute, at events of the Concert Artists Guild and other important New York City venues.

These instruments have inspired greats like Liszt, Brahms, Dvorak, and Bernstein and continue to do so with contemporary artists: Tori Amos, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Billy Joel, Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, Philippe Entremont, Thomas Hampson, D.D. Jackson, Yoshiko Kishino, Lorin Maazel, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Garrick Ohlsson, Alfredo Perl, Oscar Peterson, Andre Previn, Lionel Richie, Arturo Sandoval, Fazil Say, Andras Schiff, Sting – to name a few, use Bosendorfer pianos in concerts, for recordings, and in their private homes.

In 1828, the young piano maker Ignaz Bosendorfer was awarded the trade permit by the City of Vienna “for manufacturing pianos and the right of citizen and master”. His principle from the very beginning was to use only the highest quality materials available, to create the ultimate hand made piano. Today, Bosendorfer continues to produce the world’s most exceptional piano, using the same traditional methods of craftsmanship handed down and refined through generations of master piano builders.

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