Musical Fidelity

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Musical Fidelity
High-end audio manufacturer
Industry Electronics
Founded 1982
Headquarters Middlesex, United Kingdom
Key people
Antony Michaelson, CEO
Products Hi-fi equipment

Musical Fidelity is a low volume producer of high-end audio equipment. Founded in the United Kingdom in 1982, they are known for the unusual industrial design applied to their products.

Led by clarinetist Antony Michaelson, who also founded the "Musical Fidelity" record label,[1] the company has a stated mission of producing "state-of-the-art high-end sound at a modest price".[2] Michaelson believes in the superior sonic value of valves. In 2002 he shifted the majority of Musical Fidelity's production to Taiwan. Product design and management duties are carried out in England.[3]

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  1. ^ BBC Music Magazine 4: 67. 1997.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ High Fidelity News and Record Review (Link House Publications) 37 (1): 24. 1992.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ Stereophile 30 (7): 19. 2007.  Missing or empty |title= (help)