Métronome cAQWO

POSTPONED: Rediscover your CDs with Métronome at the Audiobarn 26th and 27th November 2021

This November, The Audiobarn are hosting an event to showcase the stunning AQWO from French audiophile hi-fi company, Métronome. Rediscover Your CD’s with Métronome is a rare opportunity to experience AQWO first-hand.

Amplification will be provided by the equally impressive SIA-025 integrated amplifier from Vitus Audio which pairs wonderfully with the AQWO and promises to deliver an unforgettable audio experience.

When and where

The event is hosted by and takes place at The Audiobarn, Feltimores Park, Chalk Lane, Old Harlow, Essex, CM17 0PF [Google Maps link] on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th November. Places are limited and booking is essential. You can reserve your space at The Audiobarn website here.

Sessions are divided into 2-hour blocks and tea and coffee will be provided.

Do not miss out!

What is AQWO?

The AQWO is a DAC & CD hybrid player, designed to get the very best from your CD collection. The name AQWO was created by Métronome. Based on the ancient Greek verb “akouo“, which means “to listen” or “to hear well”, it’s a name that highlights perfectly the “raison d’être” of Métronome the company and of this fantastic unit itself.

Métronome and Kalista

Métronome and Kalista are the most recent additions to the Airt Audio family.

Métronome excels at producing digital components that emulate analogue hi-fi, creating musical experiences that are engaging and which feel effortless. All their products are designed and hand-built in France and undergo rigorous testing at every stage of design and build by audiophiles with a keen ear for excellence.

Kalista is the sister company to Métronome with the same ethos of exceptional quality and audio fidelity. The Kalista range of products features a distinct design palette that will be the focal point of any high-end audio setup. Find out more about Kalista and view the range here.

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Hello! My name is Josephine Robertson. I’m a second-year university student studying Digital Media Production at Cambridge School of Art. After reading that it will be no shock to you that I love nearly all things creative. predominantly photography, literature and of course music.

Music for me, much like books and photography is in a realm of its own. Literature is there to transport your mind to a different time, a different place, something only the writer may fathom. Photography is there to grace you with scenes and experiences you could only ever dream of, it creates endless new worlds just waiting for you. Music, when powerful enough is the combination of both. When you find THAT album or THAT song it can be the piece of art that pushes you to decipher those places and drives you to visit those worlds.

Music to me is energy. Be that the energy of a friend when you’re heartbroken and can barely move or be that the energy of the whole world at your fingertips.

Now I’ve done my poetry segment (You’re welcome) I’ll come back down to earth for you. I love music. I’m not here to offer you opinions from a musically educated background. The education I have is formed from listening to music and feeling everything it has to offer, researching the artists and learning their stories. If you too are fellow music feeler you may enjoy my opinions on the music I love. You may even learn something. Basically if you’re in the market for some new to you music, some old-school masterpieces and a digital media students opinions on it come join me.