Decca may refer to:

  • Decedents of the original Decca Gramophone Company
    • Decca Label Group, a classical music record label, owned by Universal Music Group
    • Decca Records or Decca Music Group, a record label
      • Decca Studios, a recording facility in West Hampstead, England
      • Decca tree, a microphone recording system
    • Decca Broadway, a musical theater record label
    • London Decca, a maker of turntable tonearms and cartridges
    • Decca Radar later Racal-Decca Marine, a defunct marine electronics manufacturer
    • Decca Navigator System, a defunct marine and aeronautical navigation system
  • Decca or Jessica Mitford (1917-1996), British-American investigative journalist
    • Decca: The Letters of Jessica Mitford, a 2006 book
  • Decca Sports Ground, a cricket ground in London, England
  • Decca, old spelling of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh
  • The Deccas, a guitar based band from Medway, England
  • Mpundi Decca, Congolese guitarist

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