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Neotech

Neotech

Neotech has long been a leader in producing wire and cable using “single crystal” UP-OCC Copper, developed by Professor Ohno of the Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan. UP-OCC copper is at least 99.99998% pure, and has an average crystal size of 125 meters. Compare this to the average crystal size of Oxygen Free Copper, which is .02 meters (3/4″). UP-OCC copper and silver are considered the ultimate in copper and silver conductor technology today.

Egglestonworks

Egglestonworks

Music is the soul of Memphis: Birthplace of Rock’n’Roll and Blues; Home of Sun Records, Gibson Guitars and Stax Records…and Elvis. For more than 150 years, the rhythms of Memphis musicians have spilled from clubs and bars out onto historic Beale Street, which forms the cultural backbone of our city. Only such a music-minded metropolis could have given rise to EgglestonWorks.
More than a quarter-century ago, a group of obsessed craftsmen started building artistically designed, one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture for collectors. Perhaps inevitably, their love of art and music inspired the company to create loudspeakers, which combined the highest possible audio performance with unrivalled aesthetic beauty. In 1997, EgglestonWorks introduced the Andra, which was immediately embraced by recording engineers and music lovers around the world and praised as one of the finest speakers ever produced. So impressive was Andra that it appeared on the cover of prestigious Stereophile magazine TWICE in three months and won that publication’s “Loudspeaker of the Year” award.
Since the beginning, the underlying goal of all EgglestonWorks loudspeakers is to strike that powerful, emotional chord naturally present in live music, to recreate the palpable realism of a live performance, complete and authentic to the most miniscule detail. Accomplishing this goal involves the two most critical aspects of speaker design: accuracy and musicality.

Finalé Audio

Finalé Audio

Finalé Audio is a new addition to Triode Lab Ltd. family. While Triode Lab specializes in the production of the finest triode and low powered tube amplification, our goal is to appeal to a broader audience of discerning listeners who want the best sound possible at a reasonable cost.

hORNS

hORNS

The company AUTO-TECH was founded in the year 2000 and produces elements of epoxy and polyester laminate, also in the RIM- / PUR-method and offers services in the area of the design and prototype development. CAD / CAM software is used in the implementation of parts manufacturing and has 3D laser scanners CNC milling machines. Through the hobby Hifi, ideas have also been considered which concern the production of horn loudspeakers. The first models MUMMY and UNIVERSUM then appeared in 2010. Further models of the FP series followed.

Triode Lab

Triode Lab

Triode lab is a new addition to Triode Lab Ltd. family. While Triode Lab specializes in the production of the finest triode and low powered tube amplification, our goal is to appeal to a broader audience of discerning listeners who want the best sound possible at a reasonable cost.

KINKI STUDIO

KINKI STUDIO

 

“Kinki Studio was established in 2007. The company’s designer Liu was born and raised in a military products manufacturing district in Guangzhou. The military factory mainly produces radar communications equipment for military vessels but also consumer audio. He enjoyed many opportunities to get in touch with related technical personnel and to obtain military parts to conduct his own research. With these influences, he later focused on electronics-related disciplines in high school and university.
“With the formation of Kinki Studio, he set the requirements for product tech very high. His designs were informed by studying world-class audio products. With the knowledge acquired, he then adopted reasonable optimizations for his own. His core design concepts are circuit minimalism with shortest signal paths to ensure the restoration of the signal rather than add unnecessarily circuits which can alter the signal. He also believes that audio components aren’t just electrical devices but also ornamental art. Therefore the electrical design process and the final appearance must be considered as a whole.