Muse



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Muse Electronics was founded in 1989, with the goal to create products that are transparent. The company motto "The Quest for Music Leads to Muse" says it all.

Muse currently has three products. The Muse erato II, a two-channel disc player that playes CD, DVD-Audio. It can be upgraded to scale the video, Blu-ray, and have multi-channel audio. The Muse polyhymnia is a modular disc player that supports CD, DVD Audio and Video, and SACD. There are options for multi-channel and analog outputs. The Muse two hundred is a modular stereo power amp with seperate analog and digital signal paths.

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Similar to Muse are brands like Musical Fidelity, NAD, Simaudio, and Naim.

Email: info@museelectronics.com


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