Great range of headphone amps on display in here with 6 or so decent quality headsets, pretty much as you'd expect for a Graham Slee room. Didn't get the time to try them out.
But in the other end of this fairly small room, there's system showcasing phono stages. A Technics turntable is playing through some unnamed and unlabelled electronics into some tiny Stirling standmounts. They look like LS3/5a type designs, but perhaps shallower than I remember. Each of these was supplemented by what looked like a subwoofer. Seems a bit strange to do this - why not just have a separate chamber inside a floorstander? Would be a better result in terms of looks and floorspace - unless there's some theory around separating the mid/treble from the bass vibration. If that's the case I don't think its worth the effort as there was no bass to notice, no warmth, to me it sounded harsh, grating and unsophisticated. Could, of course, have been the turntable or amp, but it wasn't showing off the Graham Slee at all.
This was probably my most disappointing room in the show.