Entranceway to the lower-level Son & Image 2015 exhibits at the Hotel Bonaventure
Corridor to the upper-level exhibits at Salon Son & Image
A replica of the Montreal Olympic Stadium, with a proposed new roof structure (one of the many failings of the structure) by Delaney Technologies
SoundStage!'s Jason Thorpe listening to AudioQuest's NightHawk headphones with Stephen Mejias
PS Audio's Paul McGowan unscrewing the backside of his company's new BHK Signature 250 amplifier to allow for a picture of the tubes inside
Totem Acoustics' Vince Bruzzese mid-demonstration
Bel Canto Design's president, Michael McCormick, cues up music on his tablet.
Philip O'Hanlon, owner of On a Higher Note, the distributor of Luxman and Vivid Audio products in North America
SoundStage!'s Jason Thorpe listening to the Luxman/Vivid Audio system
Muraudio's president and chief designer, Murray Harman
Meridian's MQA demonstration
Montreal retailer Brosseau Audio Video's room, featuring Dali speakers and Moon by Simaudio electronics
PS Audio's Paul McGowan and Don Rhule, owner of Kimbercan, Canadian distributor of PS Audio and numerous other brands
Two top speaker engineers: Paradigm's Oleg Bogdonav (left) and GoldenEar Technology's Martyn Miller
Bryston's James Tanner at the control center of the company's display room
Serious headphone listening in the Woo Audio room
Devialet cofounder Manuel de la Fuente with a few of his company's products
Live recording sessions happened throughout the show . . .
. . . that attendees could listen to through wireless Sennheiser headphones. Cool idea!
Soprano Helene Brunet, accompanied by pianist Jeremy Pelletier, put on a wonderful performance for . . .
. . . a small but highly appreciative crowd.
One of the hidden treasures at the Hotel Bonaventure: the year-round hidden outdoor pool