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American Audio Components  Profile

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American Audio Components  Company Overview

Founded in LaVerne, California in 1996, American Audio Components is a major manufacturer of acoustical components and is ISO 9001 and OS 9000 approved.

American Audio Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by American Audio Components include Dynamic Miniature Speaker, Dynamic Receivers, Dynamic Speakers, Audio Transducers, Electro Magnetic Buzzers, Electro Magnetic Transducers, Piezo Ceramic Buzzers, Piezo Ceramic Transducers, SMD Electro Magnetic Buzzers, SMD Electro Magnetic Transducers, and SMD Piezo Transducers.

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