Audionet is a German company with a 25-year history, located in Bochum, where the Ruhr University is located. Part of the company’s technology was born at the Faculty of Electronics of this university. All Audionet products are designed and handcrafted in Germany. The design of all products is based on a scientific approach.
In 1994, Thomas Gessler, together with his comrades from the Ruhr University, one of the leading universities in Germany, founded the company Idektron & Co. The first product of the company, called Audionet (can be translated as “sound network”), the Pre amplifier, became a sensation, and today every new product from the company becomes an event for music lovers around the world. In every product category, from CD players to the already famous pre- and AV processors, Audionet sets new quality standards.
Some clarification is needed here. The company Idektron & Co develops electronics for various companies and produces its own products under the Audionet brand. The first “Audionet” components appeared in the mid-1990s. And today, every new product from Audionet is a whole event for audiophiles around the world, from Spain and Sweden to America and Taiwan. In every category, from CD players to the already famous pre-processors and multi-channel processors, Audionet sets new standards in quality. Opening up new horizons for the High End industry, the company looks confidently into the future, offering consumers a full range of electronics, including the most advanced home theater systems. On the company’s website www.audionet.de information is provided in two language versions: German and English. Product information can be found here; download software, hardware test results, operating instructions; read about the awards received by the company. The company’s goal is the emotional reproduction of music. Audionet has a wide range of products that include CD players, SACD players, phono stages, pre-amplifiers, integrated amplifiers and power amplifiers.
And of course, a large selection of products with network functions. One such device, DNP, is a digital network preamplifier. It is simultaneously a true analog preamplifier, a top-of-the-line digital-to-analog converter, and a network DAC (DMR). In addition, it has a built-in equalization system that allows you to compensate for the negative influence of the listening room. The company looks confidently into the future, offering consumers a full range of electronics, including the most advanced home theater systems.