Chord Electronics



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Chord Electronics has been producing unique audio, home theater, pro audio, and Bluetooth audio products and accessories since 1989.

Chord's audiophile products have a limited but dedicated following in the United States today and compete in at the ultimate level of audiophile performance with brands like Boulder, Burmester, and Ayre.

Chord without question speaks to the private jet traveling, 8 figure net worth audiophile who has a taste for the best and is looking for something more exotic than the blue-chip players like Krell, Mark Levinson, Audio Research, and Halcro. Chord's build quality is nothing short of spectacular.

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Read Ken Kessler's reviews of the Chord Electronics DAC 64 and Chord Electronics Chord One CD Player.

Email: sales@chordelectronics.co.uk


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