American Made Audio Unveils New Site For Made in USA Components


American Made Audio - Sharing my new site dedicated to companies that manufacture in the United States - both Made in America and Assembled in America.

http://americanmadeaudio.com

Well over 100 companies in the United States manufacture some of the best equipment for audiophiles and cinephiles in the world. But until now there was no one place on the web to find American audio brands.

The main feature of American Made Audio is “The List” – a master listing of all companies that manufacture relevant products in the United States, shown alphabetically. Additional pages show manufacturers by product type, such as amplifiers, speakers, turntables, cables, audiophile music labels, and more, letting customers easily find brands that manufacture in America.

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Thanks, I bookmarked the site.
Nice to have the information.  However at first glance, I see no listing for VAC or Green Mountain Audio. 
I’m sure that there are some I’m missing still. This is why I created the site... I wanted something for myself and couldn’t find a comprehensive source, so I'm still building and always excited to add a manufacturer whom I've never heard of. I should have known to add VAC. I’ll look into Green Mountain.

How about Raven Audio?
Omega Speaker Systems - Norwalk, CT

http://omegaloudspeakers.com/home.html



No Quicksilver Audio ? Been making outstanding amps and preamps for almost 40 years!
http://www.quicksilveraudio.com/
Canary Audio and Magnus Audio - made in CA.  
Manufacture using Chinese parts?
Tripoint Audio
http://www.tripointaudio.us

Clayton Audio
SMc Audio
Deja Vu Audio and Border Patrol.
This is great, folks. Keep them coming. I'm surprised at how many American companies I hadn't heard of, even after 20 years in this hobby. 
I emailed John to let him know about Music Reference, and he responded thanking me. Great guy!
I noticed that Krell and Balabo (Bridge Audio Laboratories)  are on the list.  Aren't at least some of Krell gear made in China and isn't Balabo gear designed and manufactured in Japan?
Classic Audio Loudspeakers 
David Berning Co
James Burgess
Many seem to come and go or go away to China.
Doesn't seem to be possible to make living.

Herron Audio
Bose
Bose products are not made in the United States. 
Joseph Audio not made in United States?
Are we speaking about United States or America?
Was upset not to see Cary Audio, because I live in Cary NC.
Please note that Geofkait may be upset not to see his Machina Dynamica company -- all kinds of very tweaky tweaks
Is Tyler acoustics still in business?

Dont forget Audio Magic!

Missing Bel Canto Design.
Cary has a wide range of products and it's not clear to me what's made here vs. overseas. I will be happy to add them once I sort our what's what.
 
Missing Vibraplane, made in the Boston, MA area.

Machina Dynamica, vibration isolation and resonance control devices and other assorted audiophile paraphernalia.

czarivey, good catch. I was beyond mad.  :-)

geoff kait
machina dynamica
advanced audio concepts
darkj OP113 posts06-22-2016 2:22pmCary has a wide range of products and it's not clear to me what's made here vs. overseas. I will be happy to add them once I sort our what's what. 

Also direct sales and company tour to any casual customer in Cary NC.
VAST majority of products manufactured onsite in North Carolina. 
Great to know about Cary. Thanks!

Mapleshade and Herbie's Audio Lab come to mind.
Anvil turntables 
Source technology speakers from Connecticut 

http://www.sourcespeaker.com
JBL

Don’t forget Audible Illusions. Designed and built in Florida.  Also, Odyssey Audio.  Designed and built in Indiana.


@acastos looks like JBL no longer manufactures in the states: http://www.harmonycentral.com/forum/forum/LivePerformanceCategory/acapella-33/373071-

Decware amps, Illinois.
I would like to give a little shout out to my own hand built in America loudspeaker company (since 1973!) -   http://fritzspeakers.com/ Thanks, Fritz Heiler
Those are very pretty, Fritz. Do you build the cabinets in-house? Where do you source the drivers? 
Yes, I do everything including building the cabinets and designing the crossovers.  I'm an audio addict and have attended CES since the mid 80's to check out the latest gear. When I hear loudspeakers that I really like, I try to figure out which drivers they use and then bought them to experiment with and use in my own designs.   I mainly use ScanSpeak drivers but also like Seas, Morel, Accuton & Transducer Labs.
Is your list limited to the USA or will you include Canadian manufactured?
Decware in IL
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@brf  Right now the site is dedicated to US-made gear. But there is certainly no lack of quality Canadian gear. I've been a proud Bryston own in the past. 
Please add:
amplifiers
BorderPatrol- Waldorf, MD
Also:
cables
Snake River Audio - Riggins, Idaho 
Thank You- darkj.
darkj,
a few US manuf that you have forgotten:
* Convergent Audio Technology (often referred to as CAT) - they are based in Buffalo/Rush, NY. Unfortunately no official website.
* Selah Audio - speaker manuf based in Garner, NC (czarivey - how the heck did you miss this one?? :-) )
http://www.selahaudio.comhttp//www.selahaudio.com
* Moon Audio - cable manuf based in Apex or Cary, NC (czarivey - another ding!! ;-) )
https://www.moon-audio.com/
* Carolina Audio - single-driver speaker manuf based in Beaufort, SC.
http://www.carolinaaudio.com/


Don’t forget Lirpa Labs.

DeKay