Solstice Launch Event – Thursday 28th October 2021

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Naim Solstice Launch Event – Thursday 28th October 2021

We are delighted to be holding our Solstice launch event to showcase Naim Audio’s first ever turntable at our showrooms.  We’ll be playing a selection of our favourite vinyls old and new to show how versatile Solstice can be at extracting the musical emotion from any record.  Feel free to bring your favourites along – we’ll take very good care of them (and you may even get a free deep clean on our ProJect VCS-1 record cleaner !)

We’ll also have a short presentation of how to care for your treasured vinyl collection and maintenance of your record deck and stylus, throwing some myths out of the window ……..

This will be (as usual) a fun and informal event with the emphasis on playing great music (the kind you listen to – not “hifi demo tracks” or something obscure !)

We will of course be using our Naim Statement amplifiers and Focal Scala Utopia (Evo) speakers.

Some food available and drinks of course (Beer, Wine, Tea Coffee, Soft Drinks).  Kick off at 7.00pm until around 9.30pm

We look forward to seeing you – please book a free ticket from the link that takes you to Eventbrite..

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Naim Solstice Event Update:

An excellent evening was had by all – some great chat about all things HiFi, and the Naim Solstice Turntable was living up to expectations, reproducing some great sounding music.

Our evening playlist included the following:

  • Bert Kaempfert – “Gemma” from This is Bert Kaempfert
  • Arne Domnerus – “Struttin with some barbeque” from Jazz at the Pawn Shop
  • Beatles –  “Within you Without you” from Sgt. Pepper and  “Come together” from Abbey Road
  • Dire Straits –  “Once Upon a Time in the West” from Communique
  • Kate Bush – “And dream of sheep” from Hounds of Love
  • Tanita Tikaram – “Once & not speak” from the Sweet Keeper
  • Dr John – “Makin Whoopie” from In a Sentimental Mood
  • The Motels – “Total Control” from The Motels
  • Sade – “The Sweetest Taboo” from the Best of Sade
  • Honne – “Me and You” from Love me Love me Not
  • Sam Smith – “Dancing with a Stranger” from Love Goes (live at Abbey Road Studios)
  • London Grammar – “Missing” from California Soil
  • Pink Floyd – “Signs of life” and “Learning to fly” from Delicate Sound of Thunder