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International Audio Group

The International Audio Group (IAG) is a British manufacturer of consumer and professional audio & HiFi components. It is based in Huntingdon in the UK. It is owned and run by twin Taiwanese brothers Bernard and Michael Chang.


In the past the IAG purchased several British HiFi manufacturers: Wharfedale, Quad Electroacoustics, Mission, Tag McLaren, Audiolab and Castle Acoustics plus several Italian manufacturers of lighting equipment including f.a.l. and Coef. It has manufacturing plants in Shenzhen, China employing in the region of 1500 people. Design of the products is done by experienced British, Chinese, American and European designers. IAG is also manufacturing luxury yachts in a new shipyard near Shenzhen in China which is the biggest yacht yard in South East Asia.

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