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StereoSound magazine No. 74, Spring 2010 features P3ESR on cover

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  • StereoSound magazine No. 74, Spring 2010 features P3ESR on cover

    Breaking with the tradition of super-expensive aspirational, space age hi-fi products featured on the cover page, Japan's hugely influential StereoSound magazine has put the Harbeth HL-P3ESR on the cover. StereoSound here.

    Sasamoto san, Harbeth's Japanese importer says "The decision to grant pride of place to such a relatively inexpensive product as the new P3ESR has shocked the whole audio market in Japan. Readers are used to seeing exotic, million yen products. But the editorial team decided amongst themselves that Harbeth represents the modern consumer's taste in real value and British tradition. And the reviewing team thing that the P3ESR is a fantastic speaker."

    With Sasamoto's advert on page 57, there are further photos and stories of systems built around the P3ESR on pages 84, 93/4, 98, 111, 116, 138 and 356.

    We're all thrilled here. This is a huge honour to be given centre stage and little wonder the back end of the order book extends for 21 months* to December 2011! More to follow in the next Newsletter.

    *Clarification: completely full to mid Feb 2011; the smart distributors now placing firm orders beyound that horizon to assure their markets of constant, monthly deliveries. Like clockwork.
    Harbeth PR,
    Harbeth UK

  • #2
    That's great! Congrats!

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    • #3
      Congratulations, indeed!

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      • #4
        Alan,

        This is great news and certainly well deserved! Congratulations again.

        John

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        • #5
          So they woke up to realize,
          what is truth and which are lies,
          then opened eyes and finally saw
          this super baby by Alan Shaw!

          Regards,
          Thanos

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          • #6
            Originally posted by harbethpr View Post

            With Sasamoto's advert on page 57, there are further photos and stories of systems built around the P3ESR on pages 84, 93/4, 98, 111, 116, 138 and 356.
            Is there any possibility of these individual pages being made available for viewing on the HUG?

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