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DALI TIMELINE:

1983 - DALI is founded
1986 - Moving into the new facilities in Noerager, Hobro
1987 - Launch of first top end model: DALI 40 and DALI 40 SE
1990 - Earliest export activities
1996 - MEGALINE is introduced as DALI's state of the art and reference loudspeaker
2001 - Expanding internationally - and opening of DALI Germany sales office
2002 - Introduction of the high end series EUPHONIA
2004 - Launch of HELICON & CONCEPT series
2005 - Opening UK sales office
2006 - Launch of the MENTOR series. DALI is by now exporting to more than 50 countries
2007 - Launch of the HELICON MK2 series
2008 - MOTIF LCR, HELICON 400 LE 25th, and the LEKTOR series are launched
2009 - Introduction of the first in-ceiling loudspeaker; KOMPAS 6M becomes a part of the PHANTOM family
2010 - The IKON MK2 series is introduced, the IKON 6 MK2 winning the international EISA award and named "European Loudspeaker 2010-2011".
Launch of the quadratic PHANTOM LEKTOR install loudspeaker in December 2010.
2011 - Sees the launch of brand new DALI products. In Spring, The FAZON F5 speaker as well as the ZENSOR series are introduced, and DALI enters the social medias. The FAZON F5 receives an EISA Award for Best Product AUDIO DESIGN 2011-2012. DALI now also exports to 65 countries (2011). 
2012 - Introduction to the new Linear Drive Magnet System with the Launch of the innovative reference speaker line, the EPICON series. The EPICON 8 receives an EISA Award for Best Product HIGH-END AUDIO 2012-2013.
 


 
At DALI, we are driven by a raw passion for music and its honest reproduction in the domestic environment.

The development and refinement of new technologies to increase the realism of the home entertainment experience is the main objective in our quest to create what we believe to be the best loudspeakers in the world.

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"Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of woman"

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Music striking fire?