The Audiophiliac loved the original Asgard, the new Asgard 2 is still made in the U.S., it has more features and improved sound, but it's still $249!
The Magnepan Super MMG system features a pair of 4-foot-tall, 1.25-inch-thick panels, and a separate but equally svelte woofer!
The Ohm Acoustics F omnidirectional speaker was such a radical advance in 1972 few 21st century speakers can match its sound.
Red Wine Audio's headphone amplifiers have always sounded great, but they were expensive. The new Corvina amp is considerably more affordable.
Bose is the only audio brand that consistently advertises in mainstream media. Maybe that's why it's the only audio company that's a household name.
Emotiva's stereo amp isn't very big, but the Mini-X a-100 is built like a miniature tank, and sounds very decent.
Brick and mortar dealers are fading away, but factory-direct outlets lack the expertise to fully serve their customers. Now there's a third option.
We no longer manufacture computers, TVs, or cameras, but America still makes high-quality audio gear. And not all of it is expensive.
The Neuhaus Labs T-1 integrated amplifier features vacuum tube sound, with Bluetooth, USB, and optical digital connectivity.
Red Wine Audio's Isabellina headphone amplifier fuses state of the art with retro technology.