Sunday, November 26, 2023

JBL Authentics 500 Wireless Smart Speaker Review

There are a lot of speaker manufacturers. Some are better than others, and some are legendary. JBL is one of those manufacturers that have had legendary models. They have tapped into the styling of legendary speakers with the look of the new Authentics Line. Up for review is the new Authentics 500. MSRP is $699.

Features and specs:


General Specifications

Sound system: 3.1 & Dolby Atmos Music

Power supply: 100 - 240V AC, ~ 50/60Hz

Total speaker power output (Max @THD 1%): 270W

Transducer: 3 x 25mm aluminum dome tweeter + 3 x 2.75" midrange + 6.5" subwoofer

Networked standby power: < 2.0 W

Operating temperature: 0 °C - 45 °C


Audio Specifications

Frequency response: 40Hz - 20kHz (-6dB)

Audio inputs: 1 Audio in, Bluetooth/WIFI, Ethernet and USB (USB playback is available in US version. For other versions, USB is for Service only.)



Dimensions (W x H x D): 447 x 240 x 255.7 mm / 17.60" x 9.45" x 10.07"

Weight: 7.8 kg / 17.20 lbs

Packaging dimensions (W x H x D): 515 x 322 x 315 mm / 20.3" x 12.7" x 12.4"

Packaging Weight: 11.4 kg / 25.1 lbs


Control and Connection Specifications

USB port: Type C

USB rating: 5V DC, 1A

Supporting ­formats: mp3,WAV

MP3 codec: MPEG 1 Layer 2/3, MPEG 2 Layer 3, MPEG 2.5 Layer 3

MP3 sampling rate: 16 - 48 kHz

MP3 bitrate: 80 - 320 kpbs

Bluetooth version: 5.3

Bluetooth pro­le: A2DP 1.3.2, AVRCP 1.5

Bluetooth transmitter frequency range: 2400 MHz - 2483.5 MHz

Bluetooth transmitter power: <17 dBm

Wi-Fi network: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax (2.4GHz/5GHz)

2.4G Wi-Fi transmitter frequency range: 2412 - 2472 MHz (2.4 GHz ISM Band, USA 11 Channels, Europe and others 13 Channels)

2.4G Wi-Fi transmitter power: <20 dBm

5G Wi-Fi transmitter frequency range: 5.15 - 5.35GHz, 5.470 - 5.725GHz, 5.725 - 5.825GHz

5G Wi-Fi transmitter power: <23 dBm


The JBL Authentics 500 came shipped in a nice color printed box, with photos and specs of the speaker. Opening the box revealed a well-protected speaker held in place by custom molded cardboard. Materials used in the construction was mostly plastic. But quality of materials used, as well as fit and finish, was excellent. Also included was the power cord and Quick Start Guide.


I love the design of the JBL Authentics 500. For looks, they revived the retro look of the L100 from the 70s. For the sound, they tapped modern innovations, such as use of Dolby Atmos. This also includes a 3.1 design. There is a left channel, a center channel, and right channel. Those three channels comprise of separate tweeter and midrange drivers. The point one of the 3.1 design is the down firing subwoofer. So in JBL fashion, thanks to the 1 inch tweeters, 2.75 inch midrange, and 6.5 inch subwoofer and 270 watts, you will get high quality room filling sound.


Most users will use the built-in Bluetooth or wi-fi to access their music. But there is also an ethernet port, so you can actually use a hardwire connection. Through this internet connection, you can also access Alexa or Google Assistant, for use as a smart speaker. Additional input connections are 3.5 mm auxiliary input, and USB.


Last but not least, there’s also the JBL One App.  The app walks you thru setting up the Authentics 500.  It was a breeze.  The EQ also worked well, although was much simpler than I would have liked for such a great speaker.  Rather than just bass mids and highs, it would have been nice to have something with more frequency points like a 10-band graphic EQ.  But before I knew it, I was up and listening to music from the Amazon Music app on my phone.


All of this design comes together in a synergy for an excellent smart speaker. You get solid smart speaker connectivity thanks to the Ethernet port.  Separate tweeter, midrange, and subwoofer ensures your music will sound amazing, and it’s 270 watts makes sure its room filling. Its multiple inputs makes sure the source of your music isn’t limited. And the app lets you tailor the sound to your liking. And connecting the JBL Authentics 500 to my home network was simple. Now let’s see how it sounds.


Given us being in the Holiday season, I turned to some of my favorite Christmas music from one of my favorite bands Manheim Steamroller.

Deck the Halls:  cymbals were really crisp and clean with very good resolution.  Snare drum was very dynamic. Bass drum had very good low-end extension and played with authority.  Horns were silky smooth with excellent harmonics without being too brassy. Strings were also smooth like honey with good resolution of the bow.

God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman:  tambourine was extremely crisp and clean. Piano sounded very natural with excellent texture of the strings coming thru. Horns were silky smooth, as were the strings. Cymbals were also crisp and clean. Kick drum had excellent low-end extension and played with a lot of authority. There were a lot of instruments. And not only were they resolved extremely well, they were also placed correctly across the soundstage.  

Carol of the Bells:  Bells were extremely crisp and clean with excellent tone.  Texture of the rainstick was also very good. Drums were dynamic with great pitch definition. Horns section provided smooth harmonics that were aurally sublime. Bass beats were very deep and played with a lot of punch!


I was impressed with the sound quality of the JBL Authentics 500.  The separate drivers for tweeter, midrange, and subwoofer, did provide resolution that revealed subtleties to the music.  And not only was the soundstage pleasantly wide, it even provided depth and height to it.  And imaging was also very good.  It’s subwoofer also seemed to play deeper than it’s published frequency response.  Sound signature seemed to be pretty neutral.  When cranking up the volume, not only did it fil the room with sound, it still sounded really good playing loud.

JBL has done it again with their JBL Authentics 500. It’s a well-made smart speaker that taps into that JBL sound. It yields a sound that is not just room filling, but also excellent quality. Based on its design, features, quality and performance, the JBL Authentics 500 has earned our Editor’s Choice Award. For more info and complete specs, check out their website at

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Sunday, November 19, 2023

Kicker PTRTP Powered 12 Inch Subwoofer with Enclosure Review

When it comes to car audio, it’s not the same without a subwoofer. It’s the triangle of sound with bass being the foundation. But depending on your vehicle, you may not have much space available for a subwoofer. And even if you already have a stock subwoofer that came with your vehicle, you can always improve it. My 2023 Chevy Bolt came with the upgraded Bose sound system which included a powered subwoofer in the trunk. While the Bose system sounded good, including the sub, there was room for improvement. Kicker is known for having great subs. They have something for everyone, including for those with limited space. Up for review today it their Kicker PTRTP Powered 12 Inch Enclosure. MSRP is $499.


Features and specs:

TYPE: powered down-fire

WOOFER SIZE (in, cm): 12, 30

RMS POWER (watts at 14.4v): 500



S-TO-N RATIO (A-weighted, re: rated power): >90dB

INPUT SENSITIVITY: Low Level – 125mV-5V; High Level – 1V-40V

CROSSOVER: active 12dB/octave, variable 50-120Hz low pass; 12dB/octave, high pass at 25Hz

KickEQ™ BASS BOOST: variable to +6dB, centered at 40Hz

BOX HEIGHT (in, cm): 6-1/2, 16.6

BOX DEPTH (in, cm): 14-5/8, 37

BOX WIDTH (in, cm): 27-1/2, 70


The Kicker PTRTP 12 Inch Powered Subwoofer came in a color printed box with photos, and specs of the subwoofer. Opening the box revealed a well-made sub in a solid enclosure. Materials used in the construction is MDF and carpet for the enclosure, metal polypropylene and rubber for the sub, and metal for the amplifier. Quality of materials used, as well as fit and finish, are excellent. Also included was the bass remote, wire for the bass remote, and manual.


I love the design of the Kicker PTRTP 12 Inch Subwoofer. It uses a shallow mount subwoofer to yield an enclosure that will fit in most tight spaces. Yet it also boosts performance by incorporating a passive radiator. Enthusiasts may prefer a ported design for its higher output. Unfortunately, ported enclosures require more space due to the higher airspace needed for the ported design. So if you are limited in space, you may have to concede to going sealed.


At least you may have thought that was the case. But if you have limited space, going sealed is not the only option. Kicker is known for giving you big bass, and that continues with their Kicker PTRTP 12 Inch Subwoofer. Instead of going just sealed, they added a passive radiator. A passive radiator is just that, passive. That means that it does not require any power. Like a car turbo takes exhaust energy and turns it into extra horsepower for the vehicle, a passive radiator takes internal energy created by the active subwoofer and uses it to create extra output.


Using a passive radiator is more of a hybrid design.  You don’t get the output that a ported enclosure can provide. Yet it is not sealed either. Thanks to the passive radiator, the design provides more output. In reality it’s a bit of a compromise. You get an enclosure designed for small spaces like a sealed enclosure, yet you get more output than a sealed enclosure. If you want a lot of output and have the space, ported is still the way to go. But if you want to get the most output from a small space, a sealed enclosure with a passive radiator will give you the most output from a small space.


I also love the turn key design of the Kicker PTRTP 12 Inch Subwoofer, which also proves an easy install. Not only does it provide a great driver in the CompRT, it also includes a built-in amplifier. With a 500 watt RMS rating of the driver, they maximized its performance with an amp that puts out 500 watts. All of the connections and controls for the amp are mounted on the side. This ensures not only a simple install, but also it’s easy to tune. All of the controls for gain, crossover, and boost are all within easy reach. Power ground and signal is all that’s needed for install. And installation was a cinch. Now let’s see how it sounds.

New Order- Blue Monday:  at the beginning the beats were really fast, yet they played really tight, with good punch and didn’t skip a beat at all, nor was it dragging.  And when the deeper beats came in, they also were really clean, played with excellent low end extension, and a lot of authority.

Lady Gaga- Starstruck:  bass beats were really clean. They sounded really full and deep, playing with a lot of authority. And they hit like a hammer to the chest.

Branden Beal- Drop That Booty Down Low:  bass beats were extremely deep, played with so much output and authority my rearview mirror was dancing and getting its groove on.  And while it hit so hard like a hammer to the chest, it did it so cleanly!  And when he dropped the booty down low, it took things to a whole new level.  It was so deep it was like an earthquake in my little Chevy Bolt!  And again it did so, so cleanly!

As I mentioned earlier, My Chevy Bolt came with the upgraded Bose Sound System.  It was a small ported sub that was located in the trunk area under the rear hatchback.  While the stock sub provided ok output, and played deep, it felt anemic.  The deep bass just didn’t seem that full.  I like to use the analogy of horsepower and torque.  My other vehicle is a 2017 Nissan Titan with a large 400hp V8.  A much smaller 4 cylinder like in a Honda can be modified with a large turbo to get 400hp out of it, but it won’t have anywhere near the same amount of torque.  It lacks the muscle/power needed to say….pull a large trailer, like my V8 Titan can do.  The Kicker PTRTP 12 Inch powered sub was a night and day difference compared to the Bose subwoofer.  Not only did it provide significantly more output, it was also much deeper with a fullness to the base that the Bose did not provide.


I love seeing a quality product that performs extremely well.  I also love it when a company develops a name for themselves for great products, after years of doing so.  But I love it even more when a company with a great reputation doesn’t rest on their laurels, and continues to develop and provide great products. Kicker is one of those great companies.  And their Kicker PTRTP 12 inch subwoofer, thanks to the sealed enclosure with the passive radiator, provided a nice and tight bass yet also very deep with extra output.  Based on their design, features, quality, and performance, the Kicker PTRTP Powered 12 Inch Enclosure has earned out Editor’s Choice Award. Kudos to Kicker on such a great product!  For more info and complete specs, check out their website at



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Wednesday, November 15, 2023

2023 Annual Holiday Gadget Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again.  Veteran’s Day has past, the chill of Fall is in the air, and stores are stalking their Christmas decorations.  So it’s time for our annual Holiday Gadget Gift Guide.  Getting gifts for our loved ones is a tradition, and not everyone has the same budget.  We tried to give a good range of gift ideas from different categories and price points.  Below are the items in our Gift Guide, with a description of the item followed by either a link to the review, or the schedule for when the review will be published.  We hope it gives you some good ideas.


Citizen has an extensively long history or providing excellent quality watches.  Now they also provide smart watches.  With their CZ Smart Hybrid Gen-2 Sport Smartwatch, you get the best of both worlds.  It has analog hands, so it has the look of a dress watch.  Yet the face is LCD, so you get the functionality of a smart watch with a longer battery life between charges.  MSRP is $425.  Check back for the review, scheduled on our website for the week ending 12/10/23.

Cobra is a company well known for their great radar detectors.  But they also make great accessory products.  Some of those are power solution products.  Once of those products is a power inverter designed to power just about any product including power tools, and even a fridge!  It is their Cobra Pro 3000W.  MSRP is $379.  Check back for the review scheduled for week ending 12/03/23.


We like our music, so why not take it with us on the go.  This includes ATV’s.  Garmin may be well known for their GPS receivers, but they also do a great job with audio.  Their Garmin Tread Audio System is an all-in-one system for your ATV.  MSRP is $1,199.  Check out the review here:


I love jamming to my music in my truck.  There are a lot of options from a multitude of manufacturers.  Image Dynamics is one of the better ones.  And if you like a lot of bass, their subs are excellent!  MSRP is $119.  Check out the review of their Image Dynamics ID8 Ultra Low Frequency Subwoofer here:

When you look at companies with a long history of providing legendary speakers for our music, it doesn’t get much bigger than JBL.  The have used their expertise to create great sounding smart speakers, that also include the epic styling of some of their legendary speakers of the past.  The JBL Authentics 500 is part of a new line that brings back that old school styling. MSRP is $699.  Check back for their review scheduled for the week ending 11/26/23.


If you want to take your music with you on the go, like in an ATV or boat, it all starts with the receiver.  Kenwood makes a great one with their KMR-XM500.  It even works in a golf cart.  And the color display looks great!  MSRP is $500.  Check out the review here:


Kenwood has been making great car audio products for decades.  And for decades their best products were their Excelon line.  But now they topped it with a new Excelon Reference line.  The best got better.  And their best of the best car receiver is their DNR-1007XR.  MSRP is $1,900.  Check out the review here:


If you like livin’ loud, and taking your music with you on the go, Kicker may be what the doctor ordered.  They make an excellent waterproof soundbar perfectly designed for your side by side.  Not only is it loud, but it sounds great doing it!  And with the built-in amp, all you need to enjoy your tunes is your phone.  The Kicker KPB1 PowerBar has an MSRP if $699.  Check out the review here:

When it comes to car audio, Kicker makes some great products.  Music isn’t the same without a subwoofer.  And Kicker is known for making excellent subs and sub amps.  They are also innovative in getting the best performance out of their subs.  They even have excellent subs that come in an enclosure, and also have a built-in amp.  One of those products, the PTRTP Powered Down-Firing 12” subwoofer even comes with a passive radiator to increase its performance.  MSRP is $499.  Check back on our website for review scheduled for week ending 11/19/23.


If you’ve enjoyed car audio as long as I have, the name Nakamichi may ring a bell.  Back in the day, if you wanted the best, it was Nakamichi.  They are back in the US, and again have some great products.  For the best car audio system, you want an active system.  That requires a DSP and amplifiers.  You get them both in one package in the NDST500A.  MSRP is $1,049.  Check out the review here:


If you like movies, a home theater system may be on your wish list.  There are a lot of great manufacturers to choose from, but one of the best is RBH Sound.  And their best of the best is their Signature Reference Series.  Their top-of-the-line powered subwoofer is their RBH Sound Signature Reference 1212P-SF/R powered home theater subwoofer.  When T-Rex comes, you won’t just hear him coming, you will definitely FEEL him coming!  If you have the means, I highly suggest it!  Check out the review here:


If you are a gamer, a nice computer system starts with a good case.  Not only does it hold the vital components, it gets power to them and signal to them.  And helps with airflow to keep them cool.  ThermalTake makes great computer components, and that includes cases.  Their ThermalTake Ceres 500TG ARB is one of them.  MSRP is $169.99.  Check out the review here:


When it comes to great sounding car audio, it’s easy to think of needing great speakers.  But it’s clean power that really wakes up a great speaker and gets it to perform at its best.  A quality amplifier is key.  While they are a newer company, Wāvtech is doing things right.  Their Wāvtech Link 1000.1 mini is a high-quality subwoofer amp.  MSRP is $499.  Check out the review here:


There are a lot great health products.  This also includes smartwatches.  The Withings ScanWatch Hybrid Smartwatch was designed to help monitor your health.  It even features FDA Approval.  And it works in spades.  MSRP is $299.  Check out the review here:


We know that holiday gift shopping can be a stressful time.  Everyone has different interests and needs.  And you want your hard-earned cash to go towards a quality product.  We hope that this will relieve some of the stress and give you some good ideas.  Happy shopping!  And from our family to yours, Happy Holidays!!

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Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Onkyo Debuts The TX-SR3100: Elevate Your Home Entertainment Experience with Immersive AV Technology

Onkyo Debuts The TX-SR3100: Elevate Your Home Entertainment Experience with Immersive AV Technology

INDIANAPOLIS, IN 11.07.2023 — Onkyo® is pleased to introduce the all-new Onkyo TX-SR3100, a powerhouse in audio-visual technology that will revolutionize your home entertainment experience. This user-friendly, affordable, and feature-packed 5.2 channel AVR is set to redefine how you enjoy your favorite content.
“With HDMI 2.1a support, the Onkyo TX-SR3100 provides a wide range of video resolutions and refresh rates, including 8K60 and 4K120, Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X® formats give engineers the ability to map sound in three-dimensional space, Newly updated sound quality delivers ONKYO's dynamic sound and content information in fine detail,” said Akihisa Watanabe, Project Leader at Onkyo.
Key Feature
Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X®: The Onkyo TX-SR3100 boasts cutting-edge features that promise to immerse you in a world of sound and vision like never before. Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X® formats give engineers the ability to map sound in three-dimensional space, allowing for effects to seamlessly move from speaker to speaker throughout the room. Whether you're watching the latest blockbusters or revisiting classic favorites, this technology will envelop you in a sonic experience like no other.
HDMI 2.1a with 8K: With HDMI 2.1a support, the Onkyo TX-SR3100 provides a wide range of video resolutions and refresh rates, including 8K60 and 4K120, along with support for Dynamic HDR formats, ALLM, VRR, QFT and SBTM(Source-Based Tone Mapping). The combination of a 60Hz refresh rate ensures smooth and sharp viewing of high-speed action, while HDMI 2.1a with 8K readiness guarantees that your system is equipped for the clearest and most pristine picture quality available, both now and in the future.
Dolby Vision and HDR10+: Say goodbye to blurry visuals and dull colors. The Onkyo TX-SR3100 incorporates Dolby Vision and HDR10+ technology, which enhances the quality of your favorite content, delivering crisp, clear visuals and dynamic colors right to your living room.
AccuEQ Room Calibration: Setting up your home theater has never been easier, thanks to AccuEQ Room Calibration. This innovative technology ensures that your receiver and speakers are perfectly calibrated to the room they're in, compensating for differences in speaker size and distance, resulting in exceptional audio playback no matter the space you're in.
Vocal Enhancer: The Onkyo TX-SR3100's Vocal Enhancer technology emphasizes dialogue and vocals by adding the Center element to your Front Left and Front Right speakers. This feature ensures that you catch every word, even during action-packed scenes with explosions or quiet moments in intense dramas, regardless of the volume setting.
Music Optimizer: For audiophiles, the Onkyo TX-SR3100's Music Optimizer DSP listening mode restores audio files to their original lossless quality, reconstructing data lost during compression. This feature is particularly valuable for formats such as WMA, AAC, and MP3, ensuring you experience the full depth and richness of your music collection.
Dolby Atmos Height Virtualizer: When enjoying any Dolby format, engage the Dolby Atmos Height Virtualizer for a truly immersive listening experience. This technology creates a virtual surround and height effect from traditional speaker layouts, eliminating the need for additional surround or height speakers, making it feel like sounds are coming from above and far off, just as they should.
The Onkyo TX-SR3100 is the ultimate home entertainment companion, offering a premium, immersive experience that will redefine your enjoyment of movies, music, and games.
Available to order now ($399 US) at authorized retailers and
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About Onkyo
Onkyo is an organization consisting of people unsurpassed in the love of sound. We love our work, and that makes us perfectionists. We won’t settle for second best. We strive to complete what we have started. That’s the Onkyo spirit. For the past half century Onkyo components have been recognized as uncommonly musical among those who are truly fanatical about their music. Our aim for the next century is further refinement of our advanced music reproduction technology to create a new Onkyo that will become a more familiar name to people throughout the world.
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Thursday, November 2, 2023

Introducing DALI’s Full Range Centre Speaker the OBERON GRAND VOKAL


Boost your home cinema with this new center channel that pairs perfectly to complete the OBERON series

Pickering, Ontario, Canada, November 2, 2023— Lenbrook Americas announces the new DALI OBERON GRAND VOKAL, the 2-way full range centre speaker for large rooms. This center channel features two 7-inch SMC-based woofers and an oversized, ultra-lightweight 29mm soft dome tweeter, the GRAND VOKAL blends seamlessly with any OBERON surround sound setup to deliver crystal-clear dialogue, sound effects and music at any volume. The formidable OBERON GRAND VOKAL was designed to harmonize with powerful OBERON 5, OBERON 7 and OBERON 9 floorstanding speakers and is perfectly timbre matched for OBERON 1 and OBERON 3 bookshelf speakers or the OBERON ON WALL used for surround effects. The OBERON GRAND VOKAL is currently available and has an MSRP of $1,000 USD and $1,200 CAD. ​



“The centre channel speaker is the most important in a home cinema setup, this is where all the dialogue happens and the one that connects the sound to the screen. The OBERON GRAND VOKAL perfectly blends with the OBERON 7 and 9 creating one of the most coherent and integrated front stages available, it’s just seamless,” says Krestian Pedersen, DALI’s Head of Product Management.




Full Range Sound


The OBERON GRAND VOKAL delivers the classic OBERON sound on a huge scale with high power-handling and dynamics able to produce transparent sound at low and high volume. The speaker can be placed above or below a television screen on a stand or a shelf. The speaker consists of an oversized 29mm membrane soft dome tweeter is constructed from an ultra-light weight weave material that is half the weight of most models on the market. The extended frequency response is combined with super wide, panoramic dispersion. The patented SMC Disc in the woofer magnet’s iron pole-piece greatly reduces mechanical distortion for lifelike vocals and precision midrange reproduction.



Key Features:


Frequency Range (+/-3 dB) 49 - 26,000 Hz Sensitivity (2.83V/1 m) 91 dB 


Nominal Impedance 4 ohm 


Maximum SPL 111 dB 


Crossover Frequency 2500 Hz 


Recommended Amplifier Power 25 - 200 Watt High Frequency Driver 1 x 29 mm soft dome High Frequency Diaphragm Soft woven fabric


Low/Mid frequency driver(s) 2 x 7 inch 


Low/Mid frequency diaphragm Wood fibre cone Connection input Single wire 


​Enclosure type Bass reflex 


Bass reflex tuning frequency 40 Hz 


Recommended distance from the rear wall 5 - 50 cm 


Dimensions (H x W x D) 201 x 700 x 310 mm 


​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ 7.9 x 27.5 x 12.2 inches 


Weight incl. grille 12.85 kg 


​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ 28.32 lb 


Accessories Rubber feet, Manual



About DALI


DALI, (Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries), was established in 1983, and grew out of Scandinavia’s leading audio retail chain. Now distributed in 65 countries, and with more than 40 years of experience and global recognition, DALI holds unwavering dedication to sound that has advanced the state of the art, inspiring music and cinema lovers and challenging the competition to catch up. DALI is driven by raw passion for music and an honest reproduction in the domestic environment. Continuous development and refinement of new technologies remains core to DALI’s quest to create the best loudspeakers in the world. For more information, visit




About Lenbrook


The Lenbrook Group of Companies is a privately held Canadian corporation who are the owners of NAD Electronics, PSB Speakers, Bluesound and Bluesound Professional. Formed in 1978, Lenbrook initially was a national distributor of electronics and communications products in Canada and has grown to become a leading global supplier to over 80 countries around the world.


Lenbrook Americas, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lenbrook International, is responsible for the sales and marketing of NAD Electronics, PSB Speakers, Bluesound and DALI in both the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, it also distributes Tivoli Audio and Master & Dynamic in Canada.




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