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Daniel Hertz - Listen now at LavishHiFi Santa Rosa CA
Daniel Hertz at Lavish!
Musician, recording engineer, equipment designer, and serial entrepreneur, Mark Levinson is a legend in the audio world.
Based in Venice, Italy, his latest company, Daniel Hertz S.A., specializes in creating natural-sounding loudspeakers and electronics for music lovers who demand the very best. Lavish Hi-Fi is North America’s only demonstrating dealer for the M1 flagship loudspeakers, M5 power amplifiers, and M6 preamplifier.
The entire system is designed for extreme high efficiency, lifelike dynamics, and natural sound at every listening level. Built in the Petrof piano factory in Prague, the M1 can fill a small room or large auditorium with the same sound that musicians and producers heard in the recording studio or in the concert hall. Come hear what you have been missing in all of those favorite recordings!
We also have the M1’s smaller sibling, the M10 speaker, and the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth-enabled M9 integrated amplifier capable of 200 watts per channel, but weighing only ten pounds—extraordinary performance in an affordable small package.
Daniel Hertz audio products are truly several orders of magnitude beyond anything else on the market. For an audition, you can travel to Venice, Vienna, or Bangkok—or Santa Rosa, California.
1044 4th Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Join Us on Sept 30th or Oct 1st from 4-8 pm
Listen to Music with the GamuT and Lavish HiFi.
Join us for a special listening event featuring the premiere of GamuT’s new flagship speaker, the Zodiac, and guest appearances from GamuT’s chief designer Benno Baun Meldgaard and U.S. president Michael Vamos.
Join us at 1044 4th Street in Santa Rosa on Friday, September 30th 4-8 pm and Saturday, October 1st 4-8 pm.
The preferred method of music delivery
Streaming continues to grow as the preferred method of music delivery, but physical media is still strong. Contrary to what many people believe, the CD is not dead.
Statistics from the Recording Industries Association of America (RIAA) report that digital downloads and streaming accounted for approximately 34% each of the industry's American revenue during the 2015 fiscal year. Downloads declined about 10% from the previous year, while streaming rose by 6%. Physical media—CDs and LPs—accounted for almost 29% of revenue.