FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS WE HAVE DESIGNED, DEVELOPED AND HANDCRAFTED OUR LOUDSPEAKERS IN DENMARK
In 1979, Ole Klifoth founded Audiovector with a desire to make the perfect loudspeaker for the global high-end market. The vision of the company is still, to produce high quality and natural sounding loudspeakers for music lovers and audiophiles around the world. Mads Klifoth, CEO and owner has a great desire to honour this unique DNA and tradition. “Audiovector products are handcrafted from the finest materials and hand assembled with great detail and care. Every loudspeaker is designed, developed and produced in-house to exceptional standards.”
AUDIOVECTOR IS A FAMILY OWNED COMPANY BASED IN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
REAL MUSIC AS REFERENCE
Some would argue that this is just a matter of taste. I don’t think so! I lived in the middle of Copenhagen at that time. I had easy access to all the important concert halls, jazz clubs and rock clubs. In other words my reference was (and still is) live music. In The Tivoli Concert hall, row 11, mid (by far the best position in that specific hall). At the Jazz house Montmartre, 3 metres away from Niels Henning Ørsted or Dexter Gordon or Stan Getz or close to the mixer at many of the rock venues going on. I would argue that with live music as my reference, I can get closer to perfection by measuring, listening, measuring, listen, etc. until the sound is exactly right.
My first commercial speaker, the Trapez, received excellent reviews and was an instant commercial success for exactly these reasons.
HANDMADE IN DENMARK SINCE 1979
Audiovector is a family owned loudspeaker company specialized in advanced and innovative sound technologies. We supply only the best high-end audio to demanding music lovers. Innovation and tradition go hand in hand to deliver outstanding products and unique listening experiences.
DANISH LOUDSPEAKERS 100 YEARS 1915 –2015
The 40 year history of Audiovector is a major contribute to this great book celebrating the 100 year anniversary of Danish loudspeaker invention and industry and tells the story about Audiovector’s constant search for sublime sound quality. Read the full Audiovector article here.