Mark Levinson

Mark Levinson is an American high-end audio equipment brand based in Stamford, Connecticut, which was established in 1972 by founder Mark Levinson with the help of audio pioneer Dick Burwen, Levinson’s first electronics mentor. Burwen assisted Levinson in starting the company with the iconic LNP-2 Preamplifier. The company’s hand-built stereo components overcame every known limitation on sound production and since then, the company has been in a class of its own, consistently releasing the best sounding, longest-lasting, most intuitive audio/visual components in the world.

Since 1990, the Mark Levinson brand and trade name have been the property of Harman International Industries, a subsidiary of South Korean company Samsung Electronics.

Harman also makes Mark Levinson audio systems as an optional upgrade for Lexus cars. Mark Levinson invented the concept of a high-end car sound in 1979 with automotive audio systems designed in collaboration with the sound, electrical, and design engineers who produce Mark Levinson audio electronics.

Mark Levinson produces audio amplifiers and digital audio processors that have a characteristic black anodized chassis, a design associated with the brand since the beginning.

The brand is for people who want to see sound as it truly is. For people so passionate that they want to experience music exactly as the artist imagined. To feel the deep notes and the subtle notes and to touch the soul of the performance.

Mark Levinson produces meticulously crafted products that truly offer an exceptional sound for the passionate.

Mark Levinson Turntables

Mark Levinson



United States