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.
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.
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.
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/