￼￼￼￼To create the best possible sound you need to be passionate about music. You have to pay respect to the artists, their sound and soul, by reproducing their music as close as possible to the way they intended it to sound. Music is what drives us. This is what DALI is all about - developing loudspeakers 'In Admiration of Music'.
Be There - Music Podcast
'BE THERE' is a new monthly series of music podcasts from DALI. Each episode of the podcast will discuss the latest music articles and interviews from the biannual DALI music magazine of the same name ('BE THERE').
We asked some of our female DALI owners to share their passion for music with us as well as their addiction to proper sound quality. The result is some very interesting interviews, which among other things addresses the lack of female representatives in an otherwise male dominated world of hi-fi.
Welcome to the Music Room - here you will find exclusive interviews with artists from all around the world. Enter the Music Room and discover a world of sound and music - Enjoy!
THE DALI CD's
Up until now DALI has released 4 CD's of high quality demo music that will make your speakers pop. Each CD is printed in a limited amount of copies, and the early CD's are already considered collectors items.
The international cooperation between the two Danish brand, the audiophile loudspeaker manufacturer DALI and the band Lukas Graham, emerges from a reciprocal set of values and mutual passion for music and great sound. Establishing a more formal cooperation with a Danish music artist is a subject that we have touched ever so often over the years - as a manufacturer of hi-fi loudspeakers, with the sole purpose of offering music lovers around the world the best possible audio experience, it surely is right up our street.
At DALI, we truly believe that producing excellent loudspeakers is more than just a matter of robust cabinet design and high technology specifications. It's much more than that. To create the best possible sound you need to be passionate about music. You have to pay respect to the artists, their sound and soul, by reproducing their music as close as possible to the way they intended it to sound.