The Story of Peachtree
Peachtree is a speaker company, specializing in wireless speakers, founded by audio veterans Jim Spainhour and David Solomon in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2007 they introduced their first product, the Decco integrated amplifier. Peachtree is credited with turning the iPod into a higher fidelity playback medium (digital audio) with innovative speakers that capitalized on the previously unused digital aspects of the Apple Design. A mix of old school audiophile thinking and new school digital savvy design has launched this digital-forward brand to the top of our list for wireless audio equipment.
- Integrated Amps
- Bookshelf Monitor Speakers
- Wireless Systems, DACs
- Peachtree’s Decco was the world’s first integrated amp to feature a USB input, allowing its onboard digital-to-analog converter to process music files directly from a computer.
- Utilizes widely respected ESS Sabre DAC.
- Has a selectable triode tube buffer for the pre amp stage.