Travel Reimbursement Program

Welcome to Miami!

Here’s the deal. We are so sure that you will love our unique approach to building a true performance system – that we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is!

In addition to what we call “traditional high-end”, we specialize in  “new high-end”.  What does this mean? Well, “traditional high-end” refers to the products you know and love, such as standard amps, preamps, speakers, and source components. “New high-end”  however, refers to the DSP correction and equalization capability that is now incorporated into those systems.

Simply put, it’s what takes your system from good to great.

We’ve performed hundreds of A to B comparisons using some of these newer technologies, and it is safe to say that the future in high performance is finally here. The performance level of bridging the traditional with the new cannot be touched by a traditional only approach.

Hearing a properly corrected system, finely tuned by someone with true high- end audio sensibilities and ears, yields a result like never before experienced. Better yet, proper use of this new technology can be considerably less expensive while yielding far superior performance in many instances.
 
So what are you waiting for? Grab your luggage, travel to our showroom in Miami, Florida, make a purchase and we will pick up your travel expenses tab  – call us for more information and to get started. 

Welcome to Miami!

Here’s the deal. We are so sure that you will love our unique approach to building a true performance system – that we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is!
 
In addition to what we call “traditional high-end”, we specialize in  “new high-end”.  What does this mean? Well, “traditional high-end” refers to the products you know and love, such as standard amps, preamps, speakers, and source components. “New high-end”  however, refers to the DSP correction and equalization capability that is now incorporated into those systems.
 
Simply put, it’s what takes your system from good to great.
 
We’ve performed hundreds of A to B comparisons using some of these newer technologies, and it is safe to say that the future in high performance is finally hereThe performance level of bridging the traditional with the new cannot be touched by a traditional only approach. As a
matter of fact, there has never been an instance when we’ve done the compariosns where the system without proper correction  has been the equal or exceeded the DSP corrected system.   
 
Hearing a properly corrected system, finely tuned by someone with true high- end audio sensibilities and ears, yields a result like never before experienced. Better yet, proper use of this new technology can be considerably less expensive while yielding far superior performance in many instances.
 
So what are you waiting for? Grab your luggage, travel to our showroom in Miami, Florida, make a purchase and we will pick up your travel expenses tab  – call us for more information and to get started. 

Miami Travel Guide

Wondering what to do during your stay in Miami? You’ll be happy to know there’s plenty to choose from.

From the Art Deco-lined shores of Miami Beach to the couture-filled streets of the Design District, hyper-designed hotel experiences to streetside ceviche bars, and authentic Cuban to hipster kosher, Miami is a city that manages to pay homage to its legendary past while remaining on the cutting edge of what’s to come.

A playground for the world’s trendsetters for nearly a century, it’s no wonder they call it the Magic City.

So while you’re here, we strongly encourage you to explore Miami and the surrounding area. We have warm tropical weather and a vibrant cultural scene which means there are a ton of things to do besides lounging on the beach – although we highly recommend that you do that too.

In between sunbathing, swimming and sipping your favorite cocktail, check off these essential experiences:

Miami Travel Guide

Wondering what to do during your stay in Miami? You’ll be happy to know there’s plenty to choose from.

From the Art Deco-lined shores of Miami Beach to the couture-filled streets of the Design District, hyper-designed hotel experiences to streetside ceviche bars, and authentic Cuban to hipster kosher, Miami is a city that manages to pay homage to its legendary past while remaining on the cutting edge of what’s to come.

A playground for the world’s trendsetters for nearly a century, it’s no wonder they call it the Magic City.

So while you’re here, we strongly encourage you to explore Miami and the surrounding area. We have warm tropical weather and a vibrant cultural scene which means there are a ton of things to do besides lounging on the beach – although we highly recommend that you do that too.

In between sunbathing, swimming and sipping your favorite cocktail, check off these essential experiences:

Best Things To Do

Chow down at Joe’s Stone Crab

If there’s one thing you must eat when you visit, it’s stone crabs and if this is your first time eating stone crabs, try them at Joe’s first as the restaurant is only open seasonally, so the claws are guaranteed to be fresh. Joe’s Stone Crab, around for more than 100 years, is the place single-handedly responsible for making the local seafood a sensation. Joe’s attracts locals, tourists, and celebs alike, serving stone crabs October through May. If seafood doesn’t float your boat, try the fried chicken, or the liver and onions. Joe’s doesn’t take reservations, so be prepared for a horrendously long wait, first to register your name, then for a table. Alternatively, if you can’t face that, just go with takeaway from the adjacent shop.

Shop till you drop in the Design District

The Design District isn’t just home to funky galleries and unusual art; it is also a luxurious shopping mecca. The once Decorators’ Row has expanded and grown into an epicenter for vanguard architecture, fashion and art.  Take a walk through luxury closet staples like Christian Louboutin, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Hermes, next to hand-picked boutiques and home décor stores specializing in everything from a chic loft look to retro refrigerators. The Design District is home to restaurants by Miami’s favorite culinary names like Michael Schwartz and Michelle Bernstein. Find well-heeled locals or visitors in town for an exhibit opening or one of Miami’s international annual art fairs.

Get a taste of Cuba in Little Havana

Obama may have relaxed restrictions for travelers heading to Cuba, but it’s much easier to get a heady flavor of the Vedado and Miramar neighborhoods in Miami’s very own, Little Havana. After Fidel Castro came to power in 1959, hundreds of thousands of Cubans fled here to Miami and, while many spread to other areas of the city, their legacy survives on Calle Ocho (Eighth Street). Mediterranean-style houses outfitted with rocking chairs on the porch, fragrant tobacco scents wafting from cigar stores, the click of dominos shuffling around in Máximo Gómez Park—better known as Domino Park—and the rythym of Latin music from record shops all contribute to the neighborhood’s authentic Cuban vibe. Drop in to Azucar Ice Cream Company to get a taste of (re-imagined) Cuban flavors, such as the Abuela Maria—vanilla blended with crumbled Maria cookies, chunks of guava and dollops of cream cheese.

Stroll through the Wynwood Walls

Converted warehouses and reconstructed urban structures have become gigantic canvases for Miami street artists, whose masterpieces can be seen all over the Wynwood Arts District. It’s much more than graffiti though, with murals spanning multiple blocks and taking months to complete. Some of the neighborhood’s most popular pieces are on view at the Wynwood Walls, an outdoor gallery created  and developed by the late Tony Goldman. 50 artists or so from around the world have had murals inside the Walls, including Shepard Fairey, who’s responsible for the famous Obama “Hope” poster. If you’re unsure whether or not you can cover enough ground on foot, join the free Wynwood Mural Bike Tours, departing on Sundays from Panther Coffee – a local favorite.

Soak in the sun at Lincoln Road Mall

Designed by Morris Lapidus, an iconic architectural guru in the 1950s, Lincoln Road Mall was once dubbed the “Fifth Avenue of the South,” though it’s now commonly called “Lincoln.” Endless sidewalk coffee shops, lounges and cultural venues—such as Britto Central and the Colony Theatre—and stretch along its length from Washington Avenue to Alton Road. Have money to spend? The Herzog & de Meuron–designed 1111 Lincoln Road— is quite possibly the world’s most enchanting parking garage—houses upscale retail on the ground level, including local luxury fashion boutique Alchemist and high-end novelty and gift shop Babalu Miami. Wrap up an afternoon of shopping at the best stores and boutiques with a upscale cappuccino at the Nespresso Boutique next door, or a meal with a side order of people-watching at Balans, one of Lincoln’s most popular eateries.

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