“A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.”

Louis Nizer


To this day we make, assemble, test, package and ship the speakers from our workshop in Vancouver. And we put as much heart into it as we can. A lot of work and ingenuity has gone into perfecting our processes.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. We thought a video is even better! So we made a short clip to give you a glimpse of the different stages of our process. Without further adieu …

An interesting benefit of our unique manufacturing process is that we can make our enclosures’ internal walls as thick as we please and still make them affordable. As a result, our enclosures are exceptionally sturdy and resonance free. We use expensive solid bamboo hardwood for the front and back panels of the enclosure. We do not veneer our wood. They are solid bamboo all the way through.
This means that scratches will not detract from the beauty of the wood and even deeper scratches will not standout. We also use upholstery grade, beautiful eco-friendly leather alternative treated to withstand the test of time. Our speaker enclosures are built to last.

More Images

After being cut, bamboo pieces are sanded down to a smooth texture and are cleaned and prepared for the application of finish.

Each bamboo piece receives multiple coats of finish to seal and protect it.

The middle section of the enclosure is wrapped with upholstery grade, beautiful eco-friendly leather alternative . Where the leather ends meet, we use brass nails to secure it in place.

Each bamboo piece is tested for a tight fit, and precise alignment.

Jack holes on the amplifier plates are chamfered for a beautiful finished look.

Drivers and amplifier being mounted on their enclosures.

◀ Go back