Classé is Canada’s leading maker of high-performance music and theatre components. Since building their first amplifier in 1980 they haven’t looked back and for that we thank them.
Classé and Bowers & Wilkins Loudspeakers (owned by The B&W Group) are natural partners and with this comes an impressive combination of power and performance.
Their Sigma range of electronics gives us access to a stunning preamp/processor/streamer for stereo and cinema use coupled with a few options in the power amplifier department - notably of a digital design and thus running cool. Then there’s the Delta Series of electronics if you’re brave enough....
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Classé is Canada’s leading maker of high-performance music and theater components. Since building our first amplifier in 1980, passion and dedication have inspired the research that yields Classé’s outstanding no-compromise electronics.
Situated just outside Montréal, the Classé headquarters is home to the Classé Design team. Co-founder Mike Viglas, at the helm of Classé for more than thirty years, began his involvement as an audiophile and entrepreneur who fell in love with the original Classé amplifiers, designed by co-founder David Reich. Since the beginning, Classé components have been the product of listening, investment and technology. In 2001, Classé became part of the B&W Group. The distribution, financial and organizational resources offered by Bowers & Wilkins have propelled Classé to the forefront of contemporary high-end audio design.