Since 1980 Audiovector has been producing some of the world’s most acknowledged and rewarded speaker and sub woofers.
Founder and CEO Mr. Ole Klifoth says:
‘I founded Audiovector in 1979, at that time under the name of F3/LYD. At that time I had been in this business for 8 years, selling different brands of speakers. I was frustrated by the fact that some of the speakers I had sold, were able to reproduce some aspects of musical reproduction perfectly, but not all. Others were perfect at other aspects. But I could not find a speaker, which did everything to perfection, so I decided to build it myself’.
BUILT TO LAST
‘From the start, it has been our wish, that our products would last a lifetime. Audiovector has been manufacturing speakers since 1979, and it is a fact that more than 85% of all speakers ever made, are still in service. So when people ask us “How long will an Audiovector last”, the answer is: “We don’t know yet!”.
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Hand built Hightower Speaker SI3 - Designed, crafted and assembled at Audiovector Copenhagen.
The SI 3 models contain everything you would expect from a high-end speaker system.
With excellent design, appearance and sound quality for all types of music and home cinema applications, the most basic model surpasses the top models of most speaker manufacturers.
Review from HiFi Choice Magazine, March 2011:
'...Audiovector's Ki 3IS is rather impressive. The taut, thight and clean bass is a particular joy.'
'It's super-slim front and suggested near-to-wall location certainly makes it a very discreet passage.'
Hand built Hightower Speaker SI3 Super - Designed, crafted and assembled at Audiovector Copenhagen.
The Super models incorporate all of the features of the basic model and include substantial technological advantages to deliver improved dynamics, transparency and sheer musicality.
New crossover technology, reinforcements and more responsive drivers allow the Super models a distinct sound advantage over the basic model.
Review from Hi-Fi Choice, Jan 2010:
'Superdane' and 'Editor's choice'
Hand built Hightower Speaker SI3 Signature - Designed, crafted and assembled at Audiovector Copenhagen.
Review in Hi-Fi news, 11 Feb 2011:
'And what a dynamic speaker this is! There was an empowering quality to the presentation.'
'The Audiovectors are clean and fast and encourages you to up the volume.'
The Si 3 Avantgarde is the culmination of all Audiovector's revolutionary developments, delivered in the finest finishings. Everything Audiovector has perfected, all that they believe a sound system should deliver, is included in these models.
Boasting Avantgarde tweeters and Avantgarde bass/mid drivers, these models are for those who wish to experience music at its most ethereal or cinema at its most expressive. We believe this is the closest to perfection available anywhere, ever.
Review from Fidelity Magazine No. 46:
'Audiovector has a brilliant product concept which is future proof.'
'Even the more basic models are pure nectar of life.'
Designed by: Audiovector
Sublime and awardwinning tower speakers made in the heart of Copenhagen.
Awarded best sound in the Hign-end category the The Si 3 Avantgarde Arreté is the new top-of-the-line Si 3-series model. It sounds more dynamic, more powerful and more sophisticated than any other speaker this size, we have ever made.
Carefully tuned by inspired ears and hand assembled by skilled craftsmen, it represents a new standard in its class.
Expect the best!
Review from Lyd & Bilde, Norway:
'A sensationally capable communicator of music.'
'..the most transparent and detailed sound I have heard for quite a while regardless of price.'
'..the Audiovectors reproduce the nerve of the music to such a degree that the emotions become part of the experience and thus create greater realism.'