Townshend Audio


For nearly five decades the team of highly qualified engineers at Townshend Audio have been working towards building the hi-fi system of your, and lets be frank their, dreams. Their quest is to find the best solution for every problem in the audio replay chain and build the ideal high fidelity music reproduction system is guided by common sense and sound engineering practice.


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Track Audio


Track Audio precision-made speaker stands, isolation feet, spikes and spike shoes are designed to eliminate these effects and unlock the full potential of your hi-fi system.


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Unison Research


Unison Research has been admired and appreciated worldwide over the last 20 years. From the beginning, their goal has always been to convey pleasure by listening to music. They have focused their experience on the production of valves and on the design of hybrid electronics. It takes real passion to create products that provide the gift of timeless pleasure.


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Vertere


Vertere was born out of a deep desire to pursue audio perfection and a belief that innovation will both drive them forward and define who they are.

This innovation may come from simply thinking laterally about the problems and obstacles that they encounter or it may come from a more wide-ranging approach to home audio.


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VTL

VTL are a world leader in high-powered, high performance tube equipment for music reproduction in the home. Using modern technology, VTL delivers dynamic, musical sounding amplifiers & preamplifiers that are exceptionally user-friendly.


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Yamaha


Yamaha Corporation came into being on October 1, 1987 after its predecessor Nippon Gakki Company Limited changed its official name. That change marked the anniversary of the day that Torakusu Yamaha (April 20 1851 – August 8 1916) established his business, prompted by his repair of a reed organ. Their trademark, "Yamaha" has its origins in the name of their founder.


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