|Headquarters 🏙️||London, United Kingdom|
Area served 🗺️
|David Graham, Tony Graham|
|Products 🎛️ 🧴||Home cinema, Home audio, Information technology|
Number of employees
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Grahams Hi-Fi is a specialist high-end electronics store based in London in the UK. It sells hi-fi, home cinema and multi room systems, and also provides a multi room installation service.
Grahams Hi-Fi is a member of the British Audio-Video Dealers Association, BADA.
Grahams Hi-Fi was founded in 1929 as Grahams Electrical, and opened a specialist hi-fi department in 1967.
In 1969 Grahams took over a warehouse-style building in Pentonville Road, Islington on the edge of the City of London. After developing this site to include three demonstration rooms, in 1989 the store moved to a new building in Canonbury Yard. The new site is a purpose-built facility which is built principally on one floor for wheelchair access and has four air-conditioned listening studios.
In 2002 Arena Magazine described Grahams Hi-Fi as "One of the five best hi-fi shops in the world."
In 2009 the store hosted a demo evening for the latest Linn Products music system. Maeve O'Boyle performed at the store to demonstrate Linn's newest DS players.
In 2009 Grahams won Best Integrated Home under £100,000 from CEDIA.
In April 2011 Grahams won an award from CEDIA for Best Media Room Over £15,000 for "The Pope's House". Judges called the installation “a beautiful bedroom which doubles as a completely concealed media room – incredible integration.”
In April 2012 Grahams won an award from CEDIA for Best Integrated Home in the UK dealers section and the £100,000-250,000 price band with their Regency project.
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