New products were on show from Cyrus, Q Acoustics, Quad and REL, amongst others, plus there was the chance to see and hear the latest and greatest kit from a whole host of other brands, from Devialet to Tannoy.
Below we've rounded-up pictures of the best sights and sounds from the Bristol Show (you'll have to take our word for it when it comes to the sound) .
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Audio Research unveiled the £900 AR M2 high-resolution audio player, which is due out towards the end of March.
Chord Electronics showed-off its new CPM 2800 MkII integrated amplifier. It takes the digital-to-analogue circuitry from the award-winning Hugo and teams it with 120 watts of power per channel. It's on sale for a cool £6690.
Qobuz announced that its CD-quality streaming service would be incorporated into the Devialet Phantom wireless speaker (pictured).
We were thrilled to have a Dolby Atmos system in our What Hi-Fi? demo room. We showed-off a Dolby Atmos system, complete with a £25,000 Focal Electra speaker package in a 5.2.4 set-up - that includes four speakers in the ceiling as well as the usual surrounds. Atmos clips were shown on Sony's flagship KD-85X9505 4K TV.
Exposure revelead the new 3010S2-D integrated amplifier. The fourth version of the British company's flagship amp features six line-level inputs, new preamplifier circuitry and a power amplifier with improved transistors.
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The Kudos room was dominated by the new Titan 808 floorstanders (pictured). These £20-25,000 behemoths are currently a prototype model and will replace the Titan 88. The speakers also support Linn's Exakt technology.
Something that we've seen before, but worthy of a mention nonetheless, is the Mass Fidelity Core wireless speaker system. This compact unit can be paired with several other products to create a multi-room speaker system.
Modern British Audio
Modern British Audio was a new brand launching at the show. Falling under the umbrella of Sonic Concept, the new hi-fi brand has taken on the O'hEocha D1 range.
PMC launched the Twenty sub at Bristol, which features the Advanced Transmission Line (ATL) bass principle, Class D amplification and "ultra-precise DSP control". It can be yours for £2950.
Q Acoustics officially unveiled its new 3000 series of loudspeakers at Bristol. The range consists of two standmounters, a pair of floorstanders, a subwoofer and a centre channel.
Quad's new Artera range of hi-fi components also made its debut. Pictured here is a CD player with a built-in pre-amp, and a matching power-amp. Each costs £1500.
REL launched what can only be described as a massive subwoofer. The £2750 212SE delivers 1000 watts of power through two, 12in drivers and two, 12in passive radiators.