Sound United – owner of brands like Marantz, Denon, B&W and more resounding names – is being acquired by Masimo, a medical company.
Italy’s Gold Note has reached a nice milestone: it has been around for ten years!
Sennheiser has signaled its intention to focus on the professional branch of products, saying it is open to selling the consumer division.
Canadian Bryston has fallen into the hands of James Tanner – who is now CEO effective immediately – and Colquhoun Audio. The latter, like Bryston, is a manufacturer of audio equipment.
Good news: Metrum Acoustics is back. Founder Cees Ruijtenberg has had some trouble with an investor. But that’s all in the past. Cees Ruijtenberg has let us know that they are back in business. By the way: the support on products never stopped. It’s just that they now can use the name en launch new […]
Wilson Audio can now manufacture its own capacitors thanks to the acquisition of Reliable Capacitors, always convenient of course.