Aria Audio



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Aria Audio was founded by Michael Elliott (former President and chief designer of Counterpoint). Aria Audio produces world-class tube-based amplifiers, preamplifiers, and phono stages, all made in the USA and sold direct to the consumer.

Aria Audio products are hand built to ISO9002 standards before they are listened to and fully tested before shipment.

Notable Aria Audio products include the Aria Audio Whole Tone 100 Watt Stereo Amp which delivers a claimed 350 watts in bridged mode, and has a frequency response of 1 Hz to 120 kHz. The Aria Audio WT350 LS is rated at 350 watts into 8 ohms and 500 watts into 4 ohms. The Aria Audio WT is a tube phono and line-level preamp.

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Companies similar to Aria Audio include Cary, Conrad-Johnson, Boulder, and Audio Research.

Email: ariaaudio@ariaaudio.com


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