What are the brightest stars among new audio companies?

What are the brightest stars among new audio companies?
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71% (69 votes)
I can't think of one
29% (28 votes)
Total votes: 97

Although, as noted last week, some companies falter, there are always new ones trying to establish themselves and grow. What are the brightest stars among new audio companies?

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Andy Jerram's picture

Zu Audio is a proper company making recorded music sound as realistic as we have ever heard from a pair loudspeakers—truly they are giant killers at any price, and you don't need to spend stupid money on amplifiers to drive them. The guys at Zu put the fun back into hi-fi—forget about chasing mediocrity, these are the best and last speakers you will ever buy. They even taught Stereophile a few things about speaker design and measurements! Well done, Zu.

Wally Bern's picture

Sooloos springs to mind. It's the coolest thing I've played with in a long time.

Jmay's picture

Devore Fidelity and/or Zu Audio.

Ricardo's picture

Lyngdorf

Zeb's picture

Magico

R.  Foster Sayles's picture

Listener magazine, Nakamichi, Studer-Revox, and H/K. Happy (analog) listening!

D.A.B., Pacific Palisades, CA's picture

Magico. The name says it all!

Mouse's picture

Musica from Japan.

Kudos Audio from the UK.

conanb's picture

Salk Sound HT3s & d-sonic amplifiers

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