Where are Conicident Speaker Technology electronics made ?

Where are Conicident Speaker Technology electronics made ?
@charles1dad Regarding AS's review pieces, I don't know that he purposefully gets different pieces, but you can see his Franks' stock caps here:  http://www.high-endaudio.com/RC-Frankenstein.html.  He's got a Solen FEP/SN coupling cap and a Solen SCR FEP decoupling cap.  My newer Franks (made in 2015) had significantly lower value Solens in both positions.  Either AS gets better parts or over time Blume has started using lower quality parts in the amps, who knows.  

Also, please hang in there through the general negativity on the site.  I miss the older days, but you're such a great resource to this place.  Despite the above issues, I'm so happy that you have recommended Coincident gear, your ears have so improved my music experience.  Sorry again for contributing to the negative atmosphere, I just think people should know the truth of the situation.  
@bigkidz wrote I am just wondering when people say built like a tank or great build quality what do they actually mean? Are they familiar with audio designs? Do they make their own equipment? Just how do they know this? What makes a great design or build quality in their opinion?
I've never built a car, but through ownership of various vehicles,  I can appreciate the level of workmanship, engineering and technology associated with my Mercedes. 
Look, it’s not the transparent, clear critical comments made by brownsfan that I complain about; it is the folks who go way out of bounds to insult, fabricate, embroider their negative view of people or products. Clearly, Coincident is one of the better amps period at reasonable cost. Anecdotally and coincidentally I have noticed that designers and dealers that provide excellent bang for buck products seem, to me, to come in for especially harsh treatment on Audiogon. Deal at Primaluna, Eric of Tekton, Teajay as reviewer. Some of the folks who come on threads clearly have agendas that are extremely suspect. Best, mikirob

@brownsfan - I understand completely.  In building components the PTP wiring does look messy but the sound is much better when we did the comparisons.  On the PLUS side, if you keep things long term, there are no circuit boards that tend to cause issues over time.  PLUS I can install large caps, etc. for better sound quality.  You can see some of what we do under my member name and stuff here on Agon.

I have heard the issues with dealing with the owner of Coincident from a few dealers and owners.  But that is a small sample and I do not have first hand knowledge.  For the build quality, I have modified the preamp and amps, they are decent quality for the price point and as long as the owners enjoy the sound, then that is what counts.

Happy Listening.

I've had nothing but good experiences communicating w/Israel since 2007 when I bought his Partial Eclipse II's which I've never had the urge to swap out -- yes, they are that good.  I owned his various cables over the years and a Dynamo SE amp all of which I bought from him direct all very direct and pleasant experiences.