Pioneer XW-NAS5
Pioneer's stand at this year's Bristol Sound & Vision Show will include a 'Genius Bar' and living-room style display

Pioneer's stand at the Bristol Sound & Vision Show this year will be radically different from its demos in previous years.

The Japanese company is planning a 'Genius Bar' where visitors will have the chance to try out its new XW-NAS5 Bluetooth iPod dock (pictured) and its range of multichannel receivers. Visitors will be able to stream YouTube clips directly from their Apple iPhone or iPod Touch to a screen.

Also on display will be Pioneer's 'Pure Malt Whisky' speakers, made from 100-year-old whisky barrels "to create the smoothest and richest acoustic sound". And we're sure that's not the whisky talking!

The second part of the Pioneer stand will include a 'living-room style demonstration area' kitted out with a BDP-LX52 Blu-ray player and SC-LX82 AV receiver, partnered with Pioneer's new S-71 speakers.

The S-71 speakers were created at the Pioneer Speaker Design Centre in Paris in collaboration with engineers from the firm's Tokyo HQ.

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Visitors will also get to see Pioneer's renowned Susano amplifier, its high-end BDP-LX91 Blu-ray player as well as the more affordable models in the range such as the BDP-320 and VSX-919AH.

For full details of all the exhibits at Bristol, see our special show blog.

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