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Which British brands are still and truly British?

Discussion in 'audio' started by cchean, Apr 5, 2021.

  1. booja30

    booja30 pfm Member

    I wonder how many people around the world have legally changed their last name to 'British' for this reason. :)
     
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  2. CJ14

    CJ14 Retired


    You missed a couple:-
    In order of creation.

    MIH
    ProAc Magnum
    Magnum
    Dreadnought by Elsdon Wonfor
    Inca Tech,
    Inca Design
    ITD
    TOCA
    Lescon Quatra,
    Bensley Claymore
    Tellurium Q
    One4Audio
    Elsdon Wonfor

    All made in the UK except for some chassis work from over sea's.

    Best Col
     
  3. Old Shatterhand

    Old Shatterhand pfm Member

    And you missed this:
    The list is not from me.;)
    Maybe you can fill the list with your brands and post them again.:)
     
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  4. tuga

    tuga Legal Alien

    And Dudley Harwood copied his collegue Spencer Hugues when he baptised his speaker company: HARwood + elizaBETH
     
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  5. cchean

    cchean pfm Member

    Interesting insight, no offense taken.

    That's why I established the criteria of "ownership", otherwise it would be really confusing. The same question could be asked from a "manufacturing country" perspective.

    However, I believe ownership is the first step towards a company losing some of its identity. KRELL is not even the shadow of the great company it once was since Dan D'Agostino was kicked out, for example. I wonder how much of Naim's character remain after Julian Vereker's passing.

    In this globalized economy we live in, I agree that most of the components that make up a hi-fi product will be sourced everywhere.
     
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  6. alx

    alx confused

    Nytech is british!
     

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