Wyred 4 Sound and SST
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    Wyred 4 Sound and SST

    Many of you have known for some time now that Wyred 4 Sound & SST are both built in our facilities in California. Spread Spectrum Technologies (SST) is the renowned brand started by James Bongiorno; the world famous Ampzilla amplifiers, the Ambrosia and Thoebe preamplifiers. But it is less known that we have built the SST line from day one.

    Wyred 4 Sound is our modern digital technology line and SST is for the audio enthusiast who enjoy a more traditional design. In order to make it even more convenient for our customers we are now selling the SST products on the Wyred 4 Sound website.

    To introduce the product line we are having great sale prices on all SST products! To get the best prices available on that Ampzilla you have had your eye on visit our website!

    https://wyred4sound.com/

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    Re: Wyred 4 Sound and SST

    I don’t see any SST products on the wyred4sound website!
    MAIN SYSTEM - SST Ambrosia 2000 Second Edition Preamp and Son of Ampzilla II Amp, dCS Debussy DAC, dCS Network Bridge, Aurender ACS10, PS Audio P3 Power Plant, Focal Sopra No. 1 Speakers, JL Audio F112 Subwoofer, Elac SUB3070 Subwoofer, 20TB Synology NAS, Small Green Computer i5/1TB SSD running Roon

    HOME OFFICE SYSTEM - NAD M10 Integrated Amp/Streamer/DAC, Oppo BDP-103 SACD, KEF LS50 Speakers

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    Re: Wyred 4 Sound and SST

    Quote Originally Posted by Projectman View Post
    I don’t see any SST products on the wyred4sound website!
    Spread Spectrum Technologies has their own website: https://www.sst.audio/

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