American Made Audio Products

I just came upon this and wondered if anyone else has seen this website. I try to support the home team when I can so this is interesting, at least as a resource, and not a sales tool. I apologize in advance if I’m late to the game on this but interesting to hear anyones thoughts, knowledge, etc. Thanks.


Jim5559 - There may be some equivalent quality items made in Europe & Canada but better? Doubtful. Here's just a few brands that are amongst the very best available in their respective price ranges & American made:

Magico, YG Acoustics, Rockport, Basis, VPI. JBL, McIntosh, Krell, Mark Levinson, Rogers High Fidelity, Audio research, Conrad Johnson, Boulder, Parasound, Benchmark, Constellation, Dan D'Agostino, Pass Labs, Lamm Industries, PS ,  Audio, VAC Balanced Audio Technology, Ayre, Aesthetix, etc.

That's just a sampling. Of course very few companies can use only American made components but many of these come fairly close. 

@sc2 "You can add Tri-planar to the list…" 

Tri-planar makes no claims about country of origin. I see that they're based in Minneapolis, but not sure they have a factory there, or whether it's all made locally or parts are imported. 

@googoogjoob  "darkj, i only checked under DACS... they arent listed there. thanks." 

Thanks. The way the site works, I simply tag companies with the categories of products, and then they appear in that category. I had missed that they make DACs (and integrateds) and have updated them. LTA hasn't really been on my radar, but clearly should be. Nice looking stuff. 


Thanks for the info darkj!  Like you, I’m always buying from the hometown first, then slowly expanding my search nationally, then go north of the border or overseas when it’s necessary.  

im just now starting my search for a dedicated 2-channel receiver and looking at your list.

Does the metal, plastic and wood materials also have to come from the US in order for it to be Made In USA?