Pro-Ject Audio Systems is a manufacturer of audiophile equipment, founded in 1991 by Heinz Lichtenegger and located in Mistelbach, Austria, with manufacturing plants in Czech Republic and Slovakia. It produces a range of audio equipment including a family of turntables, which are often quoted as reference entry-level models. All turntables are produced from scratch, by hand and in house. From the tiniest screw to the chassis, everything is done by technicians. A strict four step quality control ensures that everything works as intended.Under the name of Box Design they also manufacture a range of micro hi-fi components such as Amps, CD Transports, Phono Stages, Streaming Devices and more. By shrinking the cabinets to a miniature size, they are able to save costs and offer a true price to performance relation. Today Pro-Ject ship into more than 80 countries world-wide.
|Heinz Lichtenegger (founder and director)|
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