andyrlb

Where was your Hifi made ?

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4 minutes ago, trick cyclist said:

I love the way that we can even have an argument on a seemingly innocuous thread!

That’s why nations go to war! Hahaha ... 

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That’s why nations go to war! Hahaha ... 

Unbelievable innit


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9 minutes ago, andyrlb said:


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Yup. Ain’t it a sight for sore eyes. 😂

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Shed gear is :-

Amp UK (MF A1)

Speakers ? Where are Usher S-520s made?

Source China I guess. Squeezebox touch.

Auxiliary gear...

I'll just lis the UK and EU gear.

KEF Ref 104aB

Rega planar 3 (1978)

LP12

GH228 tonearm 2 off.

more later.

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15 hours ago, tuga said:

I see.

My Speakers were designed and made UK with Norwegian drivers and crossover parts from around the globe

My system was engineered, designed and made in Gloucestershire with Indonesian drivers, electronics made in britain and around the globe + made in England cabinets. 

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Posted (edited)

My 1st system

Cambridge Audio Azur 640V11 - UK/China

Rotel 1050e CD/DVD -Japan

Luxman Tuner - Japan

Wharfedale Dovedale SP - UK

My 2nd System

Mantra Manticore TT - UK

Denon Cart 103 - Japan

Pre amp - Nad 1020B - Taiwan

Power Amp - Nad 2140 - Taiwan

Tape Nak 202 Rx - Japan

AR93's - USA

3rd System

Sherwood TT - God knows China?

Cart At93e - Japan

Nad 3155 - Taiwan

Sony CD/DVD - Japan

Wharfdale 508's UK but with Vifa drivers - Denmark

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4 hours ago, trick cyclist said:

I love the way that we can even have an argument on a seemingly innocuous thread! Here we go:
TT1 deck/arm/cart: Southend on Sea/ditto/ Bishops Stortford (via Japan?)
TT2 deck/arm/cart: Glasgow/Tokyo/Tokyo
CD player/DAC 1: Huntingdon
CD player 2: Kanegawa, Japan
Preamps: Salisbury
Power amps: Salisbury
Speakers 1: Bishops Stortford (but not same company as cart 1)
Speakers 2: Coatbridge
Cables & rack: UK

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It's not an argument, it's a clarification!

*To be clear, the assertion "It's not an argument, it's a clarification!" is a clarification, not an argument.

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5 hours ago, oldius said:

Main system - Turntable - Japan;  Tonearm - England; Cartridge - Japan; Amplifier - Japan; DAC - Japan and speakers -Japan.

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A bit of pron is just what this thread needed...  some lovely kit there

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Mainly UK.

TT.  Glasgow.

Arm:  Salisbury.

Carts:  Japan.

CD 1:    Korea.( UK design)

CD 2:   UK.

Phono.  Germany.

Preamp: UK

Power Amps: UK.

Speakers  UK.

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Amp Roksan UK

DAC Roksan UK

Speakers KEF r700 China

Transport Audiolab China

TT Rega UK

Cart Goldring UK

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Never really gave this any thought until spotting this thread but all my main kit is from the U.K.

Even my ‘spares’ are Chinese built copies of Quad designs.

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