Line Magnetic Audio Arrives Down Under

Posted on 17th March, 2020

Line Magnetic Audio Arrives Down Under

Direct from Zhuhai, the wildly popular range of amplifiers and components from Line Magnetic Audio is now available in Australia.

Line Magnetic Australia General Manager, Campbell Nunn, told StereoNET:

The amp that started it all for me was the Line Magnetic LM-219iA. When I opened the box, turned it on and sat down for a listen, the first thing I thought was “why isn't this stuff sold in Australia?!!” I felt so strongly about it that I contacted the factory and convinced them to let me bring the brand here with local support so that everyone can enjoy it!

Credit: Frank Prowse Hi-Fi

Nunn worked with the factory to bring a range of products specifically developed for the Australian market and our domestic 240V mains power.

Credit: Frank Prowse Hi-Fi

Available now are the LM-32DAC ($3,299), LP-33 Phono Stage ($2,999), LM-34iA ($2,399) and LM-805iA ($6,499) Integrated Amplifiers, along with the LM-mini84iA ($1,099) Headphone/Integrated Amplifier. More products, including those from the range manufactured at Line Magnetic Audio's Foshan factory which are said to be heavily influenced by Western Electric designs, will be available soon.

Credit: Frank Prowse Hi-Fi

Line Magnetic Audio has attracted a cult-like following in enthusiast circles in recent years, and the brand is growing in popularity rapidly. 

You can view the range on the Australian website here, or visit Line Magnetic Audio for more information.

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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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