The Monitors of the 1960 in Geithain/Saxony established company are an essential part of today's work of many radio stations and recording studios. But also ambitious private music listeners worldwide enjoy speakers from ME Geithain because of their excellent reputation in terms of neutrality, space imaging, resolution and build quality. Musikelectronic geithain (MEG) develops and manufactures its products from A to Z itself, from the voice coil to the amplifier electronics. As a result of this independence a unique continuity and value stability are guaranteed. Often loudspeakers of MEG are a purchase for life.
The audio manufactory headquartered in Munich/Bavaria deals since 2010 with active speakers that feature a digital signal processing (DSP). The innovative company consequently uses the possibilities of this technology to extend its product range continuously and with a highest level of customer orientation.
Stirling Broadcast from Lydford on Fosse in the county of Somerset/England has a long common history with LS3/5a studio monitors. When the company was licensed from the BBC, its own production of these speakers grew out of the original maintenance and service operation. Meanwhile Stirling Broadcast provides a number of other models in classic British monitor design, which enjoy an excellent reputation among both professional and private users.
TASCAM (TEAC Audio Systems Corporation Of America) emerged from the American branch of the TEAC hifidivision in 1971 and is the corporate brand for professional studio equipment. The parent company, the Japanese TEAC Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, manufactures hifi electronics since 1964.