Now you can test a Melco digital music library at home before you buy

posted on Thursday, 26th March 2020 by Steve May

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Japanese digital audio specialist Melco is the latest Hi-Fi brand to court locked-down music lovers with a try at home before you buy promotion.

The brand’s UK distributor, Audiophile Digital Music Masters (ADMM), is partnering with its retail network to offer demo stock to anyone who wants to evaluate products in the comfort of their own homes, as part of their own systems.

Melco says that with the ongoing cancellation of Hi-Fi shows, exhibitions and events, ADMM has a pool of demonstration units available for audition and with physical stores closed for a period, its retail network has the time and capacity to help arrange logistics.

Consumers should contact their nearest Melco retailer (using the Melco online tool), who will work with distributor ADMM to arrange the delivery and collection of demonstration samples, which includes the newly launched Melco EX Series of advanced music libraries (pictured above) and S100 data switch.

The models will be available on a first come, first served basis. Working with distributor ADMM and Melco, the company’s dealer network will also be able to advise on part-exchange opportunities and for existing Melco users, updating libraries to the new EX specification.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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