In a press event held at Stereo Exchange in NYC, Peachtree Audio introduced us to Peachtree 2.0. I think it's fair to say that Peachtree Audio has been rather quietly going about its business as of late. They've moved much of their production back to North America from China, they've implemented multi-tiered quality control in every phase of production, and continued to develop what we've come to expect from the company; solidly engineered and built audio products with an eye toward incorporating new technology at very competitive prices. Peachtree 2.0 marks, in my words, the end of the "rather quietly" bit.
A big aspect of that more vocal voice is the return of David Solomon, Peachtree's co-founder, in the role of VP Sales and Marketing. David spent some time at Tidal heading up their American sales in between Peachtree stints. The company has also enlisted the expertise of a number of hardware, software, and mechanical engineers, who shall remain nameless on request. There will be a renewed focus on the traditional retailer approach allowing customers to get up close and personal with Peachtree products prior to purchase.