DESIGNED, DEVELOPED AND PRODUCED IN ADMIRATION OF MUSICLoudspeakers
Introducing the updated DALI Logo05. Feb 2019
In 35 years we haven’t touched this, for us, iconic symbol of who we are and what we do. However, we feel that now is the time to introduce a more contemporary version of the logo that means the world to us.
DALI at The Bristol Hi-Fi Show 201912. Feb 2019
Join us at The Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2019 from 22nd to 24th February to listen to the DALI OBERON series.
OBERON 7: Bursting with charm14. Dec 2018
OBERON 7 charms the reviewer in the latest issue of Hi-Fi Choice magazine.
Advanced Soft Magnetic Compound (SMC), which eliminates variation of flux strength in the magnet gap. It reduces distortion to a minimum compared to conventional drivers.
WOOD FIBRE CONES
Our low-loss drivers uses a mix of low-mass paper cones with wood fibre reinforcement. The embedded wood fibres give the surface an uneven structure, which dramatically minimizes the resonance of the surface. This creates the best possible reproduction of every detail in the audio signal.
Optimized for the EPICON series. Featuring an extremely smooth and wide horizontal dispersion.
Constructed from 6 individual layers of MDF glued together to form a rigid construction that reduces cabinet resonances. The rounded shape practically eliminated standing waves.
FRANCES LUKE ACCORD
Powerful vocal harmonies and intimate melodies. Meet American folk-band Frances Luke Accord for a talk about the music, love songs, social commitment - and peanut butter.
BE THERE - Issue 1
In this first full-length printed issue of the DALI "BE THERE" music magazine, you will get to meet some of the legends and minds behind the music of your youth.
BE THERE Podcast - Episode 01
The man who made Bowie, African discoveries and studio heroes are some of the subjects in the first episode of the DALI music podcast 'BE THERE', which immerses into topics and articles from the DALI music magazine of the same name. In this first episode, our host Andrew Harrison is joined in the studio by Kate Hutchinson and Joel McIver.