Legacy Audio

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Legacy Audio
Industry High-end audio, Home audio
Founded 1983
Headquarters Springfield, IL, United States
Key people
Bill Dudleston - President & Founder, Chris Daniels - Engineer
Products Loudspeakers, Audio electronics
Website Legacyaudio.com

Legacy Audio is a manufacturer of high-end audio equipment. The company produces stereo and passive speakers (as opposed to powered speakers).[1][2]

Legacy Audio and its founder, Bill Dudleston, have been cited in publications such as Billboard, The Wall Street Journal, Stereophile, The Absolute Sound, Home Theater Magazine, and the Robb Report.[citation needed]

Legacy has produced speakers for Arista, Sony, Universal Music Group and archival organizations such as the Stradivari Violin Society.[citation needed] Multi-Grammy award-winning producers Rick Rubin, Antonio L.A. Reid, and renowned mastering engineer, Herb Powers, have utilized the Legacy designs as assisting in producing artists Sheryl Crowe, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mariah Carey, and Usher.[citation needed] Re-mastering engineer Steve Hoffman has utilized the Legacy speakers on re-issues of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole.[citation needed]


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