Copland



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Copland specializes in tube-based high end audio products, and also offers multi-channel and room correction solutions.

Scandinavia's answer to Mark Levinson's Cello and, unlike Cello, which is in the "where are they now" file of audiophile brands, Copland continues to make ultimate level audiophile electronics for those with lots of money and a taste for the exotic.

Copland's integrated amps are of specific note for their refined sound and stunning build quality. Copland has very limited distribution in the United States but competes with the likes of Burmester, Ayre, Chord Electronics, and Boulder.

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HomeTheaterReview.com has reviews of the Copland CDA226 CD player, Copland CDA822 CD Player, CTA405 integrated amplifier, Copland CSA14 integrated amplifier, Copland CTA401 integrated amplifier, and Copland CSA29 integrated amplifier.


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