Gryphon



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Founded in 1985, Gryphon products are designed and manufactured in Denmark, and feature a cost-no-object approach utilizing premium materials and unique cosmetics, mated to a simple, minimalist circuit design approach. At one point Dynaudio was importing the brand into the United States but that is no longer the case. There is very little domestic distribution for this brand at this point.

Gryphon makes stunningly beautiful audio components including:
• The Gryphon Scorpio Amp
• The Gryphon Mirage Preamp
• The Gryphon Posiedon Speakers
• The Gryphon Exorcist

HomeTheaterReview.com's Gryphon product reviews include:

Gryphon Audio Callisto 2200 integrated amp
Gryphon Audio Competition isolation device
Gryphon Audio DM100 dual mono amp
Gryphon Audio limited edition preamp

Compare Gryphon with Krell, Copland, Cello, D'agostino Audio, and Pass Labs.


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