Gieseler Goes It Alone

Posted on 25th June, 2014

Gieseler Goes It Alone

Announced exclusively at a StereoNET launch last night, Clayton Gieseler has announced a startup Australian company manufacturing a range of DACs, Amplifiers and more.

Gieseler designed and manufactured the 'PDX' Digital to Analog converter that until now, was marketed and distributed by Lenehan Audio. The PDX DAC has enjoyed great success already in Australia within hi-fi enthusiast circles.

With an electronics and hi-fi background, Gieseler announced to StereoNET attendees his plans to further develop the DAC range, now known as “Gieseler Konverter”, along with development of further products including an entry-level DAC, amplifiers and phono-preamp.

Clayton Gieseler demonstrating the Gieseler Konverter DAC.

Gieseler's son has also shown a keen interest in design and marketing and will be joining his father in the startup company.

Lenehan Audio and Gieseler's company will continue to work closely together, both acknowledging their long-standing friendship and business relationship.

Gieseler is developing a new website which will detail the product range and be launched soon.

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Marc Rushton

English born but now residing down under, StereoNET’s Founder is still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the International Hi-Fi Show.

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Posted in: Hi-Fi Industry
Tags: pdx  lenehan  gieseler  dac