LaHave Audio, located in Nova Scotia, Canada, has been building innovative and outstanding
quality audiophile-grade speakers for the past 25 years. They have many high-profile customers
who speak very highly about their products (click here
for reviews and testimonials).
Recently, Digital Recordings' staff had the privilege of listening to the LaHave Audio
Reference Series speakers. We were very impressed! It's not an easy task to design a good
sounding speaker. As a complex electro-mechanical device, a speaker has to accurately reproduce
waveforms which have very wide frequency and dynamic range and are full of fast
transient sounds. Speakers have to do this in order to reproduce equally well
Stradivarius violin, Steinway piano, Diana Krall's or Luciano Pavarotti's voice,
entire music band or
symphonic orchestra. So, in a sense they are the ultimate acoustical instrument
and they are the most important and critical part of a sound reproduction system.
How can one expect to faithfully reproduce a $500,000 violin or a $200,000 grand piano
on just any speaker? An impossible task, isn't it!
The LaHave Audio Reference Series speakers are built without
any compromises. They are made for the most discriminating ears of musicians,
audiophiles and avid music lovers.