Mitchell & Johnson may not be a name you are familiar with, though you may well have come across their relatively budget-priced headphones. However, they also make a small range of electronics built here in the UK. Alan McIntosh has a listen to the brand’s 800 series pre (with on-board DAC and MM/MC phon-stage) and power amplifiers costing £1299 a box. 

“Mitchell & Johnson are perhaps better known their aesthetically and musically pleasing low to mid budget headphones but I confess it’s not a company I was very familiar with, so when I was offered the opportunity to review a Pre and Power Amplifier combo, fully manufactured here in the UK I was keen!..”

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