French hi-fi manufacturer Micromega is returning to the UK market with an 11-strong hi-fi range, ranging from £698 to £1998.
The range will be distributed in the UK by Absolute Sounds, through its network of specialist dealers.
Founded in the 1980s, Micromega launched its top-loading CD-F1 Hi-Tech CD player in 1987, followed by its first CD player with separate transport and DAC the following year.
The company is now under new management, having been bought by Didier Hamdi, a former motorcycle racing world champion and founder of several electrical engineering businesses (including the company responsible for the flash lighting of the Eiffel Tower).
Micromega's founder, Daniel Schar, now leads the firm's R&D department, along with some of his key colleagues.
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Micromega's 2009 line-up includes three CD players, three integrated stereo amps, a stereo preamp, two power amps, an FM tuner and a surround preamp/processor.
Each component is designed and manufactured in France, and available in black or silver. The full range is as follows:
CD-10 CD player £799
CD-20 CD player £1222
CD-30 CD player £1599
FM-10 radio tuner £698
IA-60 integrated amp £888
IA-100 integrated amp £1199
IA-180 integrated amp £1698
PA-20 stereo preamp £1290
PW-250 stereo power amp £1500
PW-400 stereo power amp £1998
AVP-180 AV preamp/processor £1680