BEST of LUXURY
Luxury is in the eye of the beholder, but when it comes to the luxury lifestyle, we like to think that we know a thing or two.
Bowers & Wilkin
Bowers & Wilkins makes the world's most advanced home cinema, hi-fi and iPod speakers. The quest for perfecting the loudspeaker began in 1966, and today B&W products are used by Abbey Road Studios and music lovers everywhere turn to the brand for quality sound. Their sound systems and accessories create sound so immediate, so detailed, so textured, you'll want to touch it.
With years of science and experience behind their products, Aerial Acoustics is a leader in the audio industry. Cabinets made in Denmark and driver technology that is both German and Danish, come together to produce big sound that is crystal clear.
Rotel has maintained a competitive edge in the electronics industry by solely devoting their resources and efforts into created the very best in audio/visual products. The family-owned business has expanded since its start in 1966, to include a larger, international "family" of engineers, designers, music and movie enthusiasts, and professional audio business people from countries such as Japan, UK, USA, China and Korea. Audiophiles from around the world continue to recognize Rotel as one of the best performance-for-value manufacturers in the industry.
Classé is Canada's leading maker of high-performance music and theater components. Since building their first amplifier in 1980, passion and dedication have inspired the research that yields Classé's outstanding no-compromise electronics. For those who invest in a Classé-based system, the entertainment experience can be truly breathtaking. Every component is designed and built to last a lifetime and delivers beyond exceptional performance and value.
Since 1978, Goldmund has been dedicated to the accurate reproduction of sound and images, striving to become a leader in the creation, development and manufacturing of the industry's most advanced technologies, including audio and video systems, home-networking and music distribution. Through meticulous testing of the most innovative technology, Goldmund produces a precise sound with the least possible loss of quality through the different stages.
Bang & Olufsen
Bang & Olufsen manufactures a highly distinctive and exclusive range of televisions, music systems, loudspeakers, telephones, and multimedia products that combine technological excellence with emotional appeal. Founded in 1925 in Struer, Denmark, Bang & Olufsen is world-renowned for its distinctive range of quality products that represent the company's vision: Courage to constantly question the ordinary in search of surprising, long-lasting experiences. The existence of Bang & Olufsen is and has always been based on the initiatives of incredibly innovative and creative people.
If you want what the professionals have, then Bryston electronics are a must for the audiophiles. Located in Canada, Bryston ships its quality electronics around the world, through carefully-selected authorized dealers. Its emphasis on cutting-edge technology and stance on quality, including a 20-year warranty, practically guarantees the best in satisfaction. The company has won numerous awards over the years from magazines and industry officials. Bryston is also a favorite with celebrities, who have used Bryston devices professionally and also chosen them for their luxury homes. Each Bryston component is created and handled with care, from the time it is designed to the time it is plugged in.
Crestron is the world's leading producer of advanced control and automation systems, creating innovative technology and making the way people's lives more comfortable and their work more efficient. Offering integrated solutions to control audio, video, computer, IP and environmental systems, Crestron streamlines technology, to improve the quality of life for its customers - from the boardroom and conference tables straight into their homes.
The KEF name comes from the company's origins at the Kent Engineering & Foundry, a metal-working company in Kent, UK. In 1961, founder Raymond Cooke, an ex-BBC Electrical Engineer, began experimenting with new materials and technologies to create products with superior acoustic quality. He wanted to reproduce the sound to sound as natural and realistic as their original source. From even the beginning, the pioneering inventiveness of KEF loudspeakers was evident and the company has been revered by audiophiles for its innovative, high-performance loudspeakers.