Those amplifiers look like they can blow the grille off the Moxie :-) Fullrange.kr >> wrote a nice review about the Moxie's surprising qualities and Davone in general.
And another Oooooh Twist set up. This time in a Moscow office arranged by our Moscow dealer High End Avenue. An excellent combination of business and Pleasure.
Ooohhh is what we said when we got this picture of the Twist in a beautiful Dutch home. The owner participated in our new program where we offer +1 year warranty in return for an image of your newly purchased Davone sepakers.
Our listening room, the lounge >>, is now open for you to visit and enjoy music! It was bit of work but we are very pleased with the result. A great blend of acoustics and design.
The feedback from Mr Na, owner of Audio Gallery in Korea, was that he really likes the Moxie because of design, size and sound. Well, that is a good enough for us. The cabinet and the large TV in the lobby give a good sense of scale
Davone for the first time in Russia! We got this image of the Ray looking it's coolest in the store window of Hi End Avenue (//hiend.store). Definately worth a visit.
If you find yourself in Paris strolling down the Champs-Élysées, take a small detour and visit Hifi-Video. A modern Hifi / Home cinema store where Charles and Sébastien will be able to demo Davone and other cool hifi like Duevel and Cabasse.
Next stop on our dealer tour was Stevens hifi in Gent, Belgium. Geert Stevens is a musician and has played no less than the grand Cavaille Colle organ of the Notre Dame in Paris. So he knows how speakers should sound like
This trip's first stop was at Audio 21 in Heerde. Welcoming owner Marc had just moved to his new place which is no less than the former City Hall building of Heerde. Marc's warm personality and all the audio goodies make Audio 21 a great place to visit
We are proud to introduce a new small floorstanding loudspeaker called the Moxie. Moxie is synonymous with courage and you will understand when you hear it play. A full and articulate bass, open midrange and clear highs open the music and the Moxie makes it all seem effertless.
Ever heard of Radiolavox? Well, I hadn't until we walked by a house in Eindhoven where they were selling Audio from a collection build up over many years. This Radiolavox model 30 is from the 1920's and as speaker-geek I of course needed to have it. And it is a great prop for picture taking as well.
Last weekend's Montreal Audio Fest hosted Davone with Lyngdorf in a room with a Danish theme. This warm and inviting room from Nation imports, our Canadian distributor, left excellent impressions by the visitors and it did not go unnoticed by the audio press. Excellent!