New Zealand audio manufacturer Perreaux has been sold to Edwin Nieman (pictured right), of Kamahi Electronics.

Nieman is a Dutch-born electronics engineer who moved to Dunedin, on New Zealand’s South Island, where he established Kamahi Electronics, an electronics design and manufacturing facility with an extensive list of local and international clientele. 

Perreaux was founded by founded by Peter Perreaux in 1974, who sold the company to Martin van Rooyen in 1998. ‘In the 20 years I have owned the company I have stuck steadfastly to Peter’s vision of wanting to create the best-sounding audio products money can buy,’ van Rooyen told Australian Hi-Fi Magazine. ‘Edwin and his team of 20 electronic engineers will bring an incredible depth of expertise to Perreaux and I am in no doubt that he will successfully navigate the company through a next exciting chapter in its long history. I wish him and his team all the very best in the years ahead.’ Pictured below is the new Perreaux 255i, the most powerful, most sophisticated integrated amplifier Perreaux has ever made, which is currently receiving rave reviews right around the world.

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