American Audio


Even if audio is a global thing, good ’ole USA is still there:

PS Audio -not terribly expensive, excellent-sounding gear
Benchmark, Sanders -innovative amps, no nose-bleed prices
Cables/cords -Transparent, High Fidelity, Synergistics, Cardas, Kimber, Audioquest. More brands than anywhere on Earth.
Klipsch, JBL -still after 75 years, horns no longer ’sound’ like horns
Emerald Physics/Spatial -new takes on horn/waveguides. Like Klipsch, all-American incl parts
Vandersteen, Joseph, Ryan -the cone speaker keeps getting better
Component/speaker stands -Symposium, Critical Mass, Star Sound
ASC -room acoustics

It’s a confusing world of ear-buds, computer & car audio. And tech-general like the internet. But quality 2-chan audio is around and it’s more than I thought....

jonnie22
Add Acoustic Geometry to room acoustics..
Add Bricasti. Also the Vibraplane is 100% USA

(Dealer disclaimer)
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Not for any particular reason except budget/sound quality, but I wound up with almost all US made gear.
Herron VTPH-2A phono pre
BAT VK-30SE preamp
Magnepan 1.7I speakers
VPI TNT 4 turntable
ET 2.5 tonearm
Frankentable based on VPI Scout w/TNT 4 bearing and platter
Magnepan Unitrac 1 Tonearm

Previous equipment:

PS Audio 5.0 Preamp
DB System 1b/2a/4b preamp system
PS Audio Stellar S300

Current amp: Bryston 4B SST2 (Canada)
Previous previous amp 3B (Canada)