andyrlb

Where was your Hifi made ?

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Turntable - German

Tonearm - American

Cartridge - Japanese

Phono Stage - British

Preamp - American

Power Amp - American

Speakers - Japanese

Power Cords/interconnects/speaker cable - British, American, Polish

CD/SACD Transport/DAC/Word Clock/Upsampler - British

Reference 10MHz Clock - German

Server/NAS - Japanese

Power Conditioner - British

Equipment Racks/Support - American

Room Tuning - Italian

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Speaker Switzerland

Dac Italy

Amp Italy

Cables Italy

Streamer KOrea

Rack Germany

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Is anyone compiling the data to track the spread of hifi across the globe?

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I thought I knew and now I am having doubts. Ortofon are German aren’t they and Denon is Japanese? If so, TT, arm and amp are British, head amp and phono Japanese, speakers from good ol’ US of A and the German cart.

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all bar cart UK, cart japan

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Andyrlb said:

Nothing from France emoji848.png

 

Julian will be along in a minute.... 9_9

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38 minutes ago, Gray said:

When it comes to speakers, never mind 'Buy British'', I've narrowed it down to brands from England:

Celestion

Wharfedale

Mission (when part of Cyrus)

B&W

Spendor

Proac

Kef

PMC

Certainly been a good industry for the country. And, from the above, all but Celestion continue to bring out new models.

Oh dear - you never got the news about Celestion - Today Celestion International and KEF form GP Acoustics UK.  Celestion ceased to manufacture finished pro audio systems and hi-fi/home theatre products, and now focuses on the design and manufacture of lead guitar, bass guitar, and professional audio sound reinforcement speakers.  The Celestion Company we knew and loved are no more :cs:

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2 minutes ago, andyrlb said:

Nothing from France emoji848.png


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My wife is French 👍🏻

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I think most of my stuff is either British-designed, British made, or British-designed, made in China. Except the amp, which is Danish

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My wife is French

Ooooow I have “ a thing for French women “ I did live there for 4 years back in the 80’s


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just whatever sounded best, but if it's of interest,

Speakers

1 : England

2: England

3: Drivers Britain, cabinets Scotland (via Wickes).

Deck: England

Arm: England

Cartridge: japan

Amp: Japan

CD player: Japan.

Cables no idea.

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1 minute ago, andyrlb said:


Ooooow I have “ a thing for French women “ I did live there for 4 years back in the 80’s


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They do have a certain je ne sais quoi...

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10 minutes ago, lostwin said:

I thought I knew and now I am having doubts. Ortofon are German aren’t they and Denon is Japanese? If so, TT, arm and amp are British, head amp and phono Japanese, speakers from good ol’ US of A and the German cart.

Danish I believe.

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