Audiolab was first launched in the early 1980s by Philip Swift and Derek Scotland with the goal of being the 'epitome of high-performance sound and attractive design'.

As a business, Audiolab has had itself a fascinating Hi-Fi journey. Despite a few key changes, one thing has remained constant for Audiolab over the last few decades - their commitment & drive to produce some serious high-quality components. Beautiful aesthetics & simple function being at the nucleus of every design.

Audiolab's original flagship product was the 8000a integrated stereo amplifier. It was the perfect foundational piece & quickly earned countless accolades from across the globe. Acknowledges as a 'step-up' on its competitors in the same price range, the 8000a cemented itself as one of the most successful British amps ever produced.

On the back of this success, Audiolab forged ahead to create a full suite of audio electronics; including DACs, CD players, pre/power amps & tuners.

Audiolab has won more major awards in UK hi-fi magazines than any other brand of high-performance audio electronics. It comes with the territory that Audiolab do a brilliant job, embodying performance-led design concepts at a very reasonable price point. 

Watch our epic video below to get an in-depth understanding of one of Audiolab's most popular new products - the 6000A Play.

 

 

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