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
Audiovector was founded in Copenhagen in 1979 By Ole Klifoth. Prior to this Ole was a fervent audio and music lover with good experience in the hi-fi world. During this period he said that that he could not “find the speaker of my dreams, so I decided to build it myself.” So consequently he started Audiovector to make and sell one. His vision for this new company was then, and remains to this day, to produce superbly natural sounding loudspeakers for real music lovers. Audiovector enjoyed an immediately successful start with the ‘Trapez’ speaker, which was built according to Ole´s ideas regarding linear dynamics, linear phase and low compression – ideas that still form the backbone of Audiovector’s design philosophy and DNA.
Ole is a husband, father and grandfather with a passion for home cooked food, French wine and German sports cars. At weekends, you can find Ole in the kitchen surrounded by family and friends, or in the garden playing with his grandchildren. Aged 72 he remains a very active and integral member of the Audiovector team as the R&D Manager.
Mads is married to Stine and they have a young son. When he is not spending time at the office he is busy spending time with his family enjoying a glass of wine and researching in his favourite passion and hobby, Swiss timepieces. The family lives north of Copenhagen, close to the Audiovector factory and office headquarters.