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NextGen

NextGenNextGen has always taken pride in manufacturing the highest quality of products. Founded in 2002 and based in Port Richey, Florida, NextGen designs and builds many of its award-winning products and then markets them throughout the world.

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Neko Audio

Neko AudioDesign and manufacture of high end audio electronics firmly grounded in scientific principles to provide the highest level of audio fidelity.

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Philips

PhillipsRoyal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands is a diversified Health and Well-being company...

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Naim Audio

Naim AudioNaim Audio is one of the most commercially successful British audio companies today. Still privately owned it has not, like many others, become part of a Far Eastern conglomerate nor required the finances of venture capitalists.

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Pioneer

PioneerPioneer was founded in 1938 in Tokyo, Japan by Nozomu Matsumoto - a man with a passion for music that he hoped to share with the world...

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NAD

 
NADWe at NAD believe that strong customer service is an essential ingredient to having completely satisfied customers.

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Polk Audio

Polk AudioPolk Audio is an award-winning designer and manufacturer of high performance audio products and the largest audio...

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Myryad

MyryadThe design of a good-sounding amplifier, or any hi-fi product, requires careful attention to many details.

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PrimaLuna

PrimaLunaThe driving force behind PrimaLuna is one of high-end audio's most astute and colorful figures, Herman van den Dungen.

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Mordaunt-Short

Mordaunt-Shortstablished in 1967, Mordaunt-Short is responsible for the development of some of the world's most critically acclaimed loudspeakers.

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Proclaim Audioworks

Proclaim AudioworksProclaim Audioworks was founded by a group of industry professionals with...

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Monster

MonsterMonster Cable Products, Inc. was founded in 1979 by Noel Lee, who was then a laser-fusion design engineer at Lawrence-Livermore Laboratory, as well as an audiophile and professional drummer.

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