Musical Fidelity was founded in 1982 and produces an affordable line of high-performance audio and home theater electronics. The company first gained notoriety in the early 1980s for its affordable, minimalist preamplifiers, integrated amplifiers, and Digilog D/A Converter.
In the late 1990s, Musical Fidelity broke through in the US market by filling the void left by Audio Alchemy (who went out of business) by creating a line of budget high-end audio electronics under its 'X' moniker (debuting with its X-DAC D/A Converter), and, like Audio Alchemy, reaching an exclusive distribution agreement with popular mail-order dealer Audio Advisor.
Other notable Musical Fidelity products include:
Musical Fidelity Titan power amp, which is rated at 1,000 watts into 8 ohms, and a staggering 4,000 watts into 2 ohms.
Musical Fidelity M1 DAC and M1 HPA mate together to form a high-end upsampling headphone audio system.
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