Wilson Benesch Returns To U.S. Market In Spring

Company’s high-end audio will be available through Sound Organisation
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Company’s high-end audio will be available through Sound Organisation

Dallas – High-end turntables and speakers from U.K.-based Wilson Benesch will return to the U.S. in the spring when importer The Sound Organisation will launch the products through select dealers.

The Sound Organisation imported Wilson Benesch from 2002 to 2009, when Wilson Benesch withdrew from the U.S. market.

The Sheffield, England-based Wilson Benesch was founded in 1989. The family-owned company makes speakers and turntables that features carbon fiber.

The Sound Organization specializes in importing and marketing high-end audio from European and U.K. companies, including Certon Systems, Chord, Dali, PMC, and Rega, as well as Quadraspire audio furniture. The company sells through 200 U.S. dealers.

Wilson Benesch design and manufactures its products under one roof to ensure quality control, the company said. All products are hand-built to order.

The company’s latest turntable, the Circle 25, features the A.C.T. 25 Tonearm, said to be one of the world’s lightest, stiffest and most highly damped tonearms. It is 15 percent lighter than its predecessor.


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