Because the cost of retail space is so dear everywhere in New York City, Dave Wasserman, proprietor of New York City’s lower Manhattan-situated Stereo Exchange, has had to focus perhaps a little more acutely than dealers in other regions on how to apportion the real estate in his showroom to optimize ROI. One solution he has devised: carry headphones that reflect his store’s dedication to promulgating high-performance audio, make them accessible for sampling by customers – and aggressively promote these premium brands with events like the one he held last Thursday from noon to 7:30 p.m. – his second annual event focusing on headphones.
New York City retailer Stereo Exchange hosted its annual High-End Audio Show at its SoHo showroom on the weekend of April 12th.
New York City-based Stereo Exchange hosted 11 vendors at its Downtown Manhattan Broadway showroom April 13 through 15 for a storewide high-end-audio demonstration fest/sale.
Snapshots from New York City-based Stereo Exchange's May 25th Music Matters event, where two-channel audio is king.
Dealerscope me up with Dave Wasserman, president, Stereo Exchange in New York, on the CEDIA Expo show floor. Here’s what he had to say: “Denver’s a nice city...The best thing I’ve seen so far at the show is Savant’s ‘Rosie’ system. They’ve created a home control system that has none of the issues of programming attached to it. From what I’ve seen, it has a beautiful interface, an open architecture, and everyone who’s seen it says it’s amazing. I only hope it can live up to everything we’ve seen here.”