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Why settle for ordinary sound quality when you can get audiophile / studio quality for the same price?
Top quality Hi-Fi amps and speakers not found anywhere else.
When it comes to audio products, sound quality and reliability are our first priorities.
We select just the right components and design our products with great care. Our amplifiers only use discrete ultra-fast and low kapacitance semiconductors.
Our loudspeakers use carefully selected and tested drivers and we use high-quality filter components.
No corners are cut to increase production speed or profit as mass-producing companies are forced to.
We hand solder our PCB:s to make sure every single solder is OK, to ensure long-lasting quality performance.
When you buy your Hi-Fi from us you get the highest possible quality to price ratio.
We have designed and built loudspeakers since the company was started, but in 2004 we decided to take a closer look at a bass reflex design I stumbled over on a dutch private website. We used the formula from the site to design our first SQ-50 loudspeakers. (SQ stands for Studio Quality and 50 for the RMS power.)
Klick here for the SQ-50 H, here for the SQ-50 L studio quality monitors and here for the orto-acoustical SQ-50C.
The most recent design is the SQ-50-20, the "mini variant" (but not mini sound!) of the Sq-50īs.
One of our first SQ-50H customers was a recording studio in Sweden, and since then (early 2006) dozens of recording studios and thousands of private customers (in many countries) have built these wonderful loudspeakers using our HSQ-50 kits.
The sound quality of the SQ-50 range is almost identical to the Sennheiser studio headphones we use for reference.
The detailed sound, low distortion and wide frequency response (no need for a subwoofer) puts them among the very best sounding speakers you can buy. But at a price you can afford.
We do not recommend using the loudspeaker drawings and instructions on our site for practical use. They are here only to give an idea of how easy it is to build your loudspeakers using our instructions, the size references may not be correct.
So, please wait for the printed instructions that are included in our speaker kits until you start your project.
By the way, the C variant of the SQ-50īs looks like this. If you live outside Sweden you might never have seen a loudspeaker looking like this. However, during the 1960īs and 1970īs at least 100,000 of the "Sonab OA5 MK II" were built, making it a world best seller.
The SQ-50C is an improved model we have designed ourselves, using modern high-quality components to produce even lower distortion and better bass response.
These loudspeakers were specifically designed for a normal living room environment.
They have three unique features:
1. Music sounds like if the musicians are playing in your own room.
2. You donīt have to find a "sweatspot". The music is enjoyable all over the room.
3. You can place the speakers where they fit in with your furniture, instead of moving your furniture to make place for the best positions of your speakers.
Read more about the CM-50C orto-acoustical loudspeaker here.
We export to most parts of the world!
Some amplifiers have the possibility to counteract room resonances by adjusting the frequency curve.
Should you use it? To answer this question you have to take psycho-acoustics into consideration. That is, how we perceive sound.
Because your brain adjusts your hearing for the room you are in. Read more here.
The company started back in 1966 as "SB-elektronik" but changed the name to Valutronic in 1984 when export of our products started. We have designed, built and sold electrononics for a long time, but since the late 1990īs we are specializing in top quality audio.
Reviews on Google My Business.
CM-100 (review no 3) is called Poweramp 5 since the spring of 2019. Since 2018 it had used the 5th generation of our power amp modules (CM-5018) and we wanted the name to show this. At the same time we released the second generation of our preamplifier, named Preamp 2.