Channel Islands Audio



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Channel Islands Audio was founded in 1997 by a small group of music lovers, engineers and craftsmen. All the products are designed, tested, and built in their facility on the Central California coast. Channel Islands Audio makes a line of monoblocks, passive preamp controllers, all with separate power supplies. Each product uses glass/epoxy double-sided circuit boards, a copper/aluminum alloy chassis and all stainless steel hardware.

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Notable Channel Islands Audio products include:

Channel Islands Audio D-100B Class D Monoblock Amplifer
Channel Islands Audio VHP-2 Headphone Amplifer
Channel Islands Audio VDA-2 24-bit DAC

Read Wes Phillips's review of the D-100 monoblock amplifier.

Companies that are similar to Channel Islands Audio include Simaudio, Linn, and Boulder.

Email: info@ciaudio.com


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