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During the late 1960s, Sinclair began to move into the consumer market for hi-fi audio equipment. Many of his earlier products had been designed for the audiophile electronics hobbyist, but now a new breed of consumer had emerged: the hi-fi enthusiast, who was more interested in listening to a ready-made system than messing around with a soldering iron. Consequently, Sinclair products began to appear as ready-to-use packages sold in high-street shops alongside the usual mail order retail. This area of activity rapidly expanded to the point where Sinclair was a major player in the British hi-fi market.

Sinclair's hi-fi range was released over a period of about eight years:

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Chris Owen 1994-2003