1. MBL Germany
The German HI-END brand MBL was founded in 1979 by the hall-level master Wolfgang Meletzky. MBL integrated the philosophy of perfectionism into audio products and injected artistic ideas into MBL design. In order to meet the highest standards of W. Meletzky, everything from electronic equipment to speakers, from fine volume knobs to power amplifier chassis are manufactured by the MBL factory in Berlin, Germany. Meet the highest standards.
2. WilsonBenesch Jin Chi UK
Wilson Benesch was founded in 1989 in Sheffield, an important steel industry town in the UK. It was co-created by Craig Milnes, Andrew Scholey and Christina Milnes. The company's biggest feature is its high-rigidity cabinet. The first pair of ACT-1 floor speakers launched breaks the tradition of being made of carbon fiber and wood board. Carbon fiber has the characteristics of low quality and high rigidity. On the one hand, it reduces the pollution of the wooden box resonance, on the other hand, it also allows energy in the most efficient way Pass it out to reduce energy retention. The following old flagship Bishop inherited the ACT-1 design, but with the addition of aluminum alloy materials, four pairs of Isobaric push-pull bass on each side also appeared for the first time on the Wilson Benesch speaker.
3. AVANTGARDE trumpet flower Germany
Avantgarde was a speaker company founded in 1991. Around 1984, Holger Fromme, one of the founders, was shocked by the dynamics of the ups and downs of the large model angle system at the Pink Floyd concert. At that time, there was not enough to find on the market. With good active products, Holger Fromme started the idea of designing horn speakers by himself; Holger Fromme found Matthias Ruff, who has rich experience in horn design, to help, and within a short period of time, he already made the first in his own factory by casting molds. A round horn made of plaster. Backed by successful experience, Holger Fromme and partner Matthias Ruff decided to create their own brand. With the help of a computer program, they calculated the optimized horn radian and diameter, and shared the results of painstaking research and development with consumers all over the world. .
4. Kharma Holland
Holland Kharma is a brand of OLS (Oosterum Loudspeaker Systems) company from the Netherlands. OLS, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, was founded in 1982. The owner Charles van Oosterum is a designer who accepts commissions to design and manufacture audio products. The concept of 2.1 satellite speakers (main speaker and subwoofer), which is very popular nowadays, was first proposed by him.
5. Piega Switzerland
In 1986, Piega was founded by Leo Greiner and Kurt Scheuch on the shore of Lake Zurich in Switzerland. These two are good at speaker technology and one is good at appearance design, so the results of the two people's strengths and weaknesses are like speakers.
As the world's top Hi-End audio brand, Piega's biggest feature is the Swiss-made, purely hand-made, all-aluminum alloy speakers and the world's only flat diaphragm aluminum ribbon coaxial coaxial tweeter (Coaxial Ribbon System), with extremely wide The bandwidth and more dense energy sense. Today, Piega is as delicate as Swiss watches, and its products are all made by itself. It is never hand-made. For example, the production of aluminum alloy cabinets is very difficult. It is said that only three manufacturers in the world have the ability to make them. Because this kind of cabinet is not only difficult to manufacture, but also to avoid the sound of the cabinet itself, mainly because the "dang, clang" sound like a big bell will appear when tapping the hollow cabinet by hand, according to the original factory will Specially strengthen the internal structure of the cabinet, and also add many special damping to eliminate the resonance problem, plus the aluminum alloy cabinet is very rigid, can use a small cabinet to emit a lot of energy, so Piega is known as "very large "Small speakers", and other brands of speakers should produce the same volume as Piega, the cabinet must be at least 30% larger.