Product & Services

The list of our products can get really long here (We can boast of having manufactured over 40 different designs of speakers if not more). Since we believe in customizing speakers to suit a particular taste each of our next model could be different from the earlier one. Floorstanders, Bookshelf designs, Sub-sat combos. Bass reflex, infinite baffle, acoustic suspension, Transmission line, waveguide.... you just name it and we have done it in the past.

MTM (Bass Reflex)

Possibly one of the most popular and cost effective loudspeaker designs in audio industry. This is primarily a two way speaker design using two mid-woofers and a tweeter. This design is a sweet mid-way solution between bookshelf and the more expensive three-way floorstanders. Due to increased number of drivers the power handling capability of this design goes up as compared to a bookshelf design. Also the LF response is enhanced as a result of two drivers being used in place of one.

3 WAY (Bass Reflex)

The best and most complete speaker design for any needs. Budget permitting, this is the design any music lover should invest in to get every single note from his/her sound tracks. Primarily designed with three drivers (LF, HF and a Midrange) this design ensures that each of the driver units does the job only assigned to it and hence the efficiency of each driver goes up without causing audible distortion. Although more specialized designs are available in maket (4 way, 5 way etc), this design is a time tested phenomenon in audio world.

Horn Loaded

A Horn Loaded loudspeaker uses a horn type structure (either in front or at the rear of the driver unit) to increase the overall efficiency of the driver unit. A common form consists of a compression driver which produces sound waves with a small metal diaphragm attached to a horn, a flaring duct to conduct the sound waves to the open air. Another type is a woofer driver mounted in a loudspeaker enclosure which is divided by internal partitions to form a zigzag flaring duct which functions as a horn; this type is called a folded horn speaker. These speakers are usually large in size and hence are not the first choice of enthusiasts.

Wave Guide

These speakers incorporate a waveguide face plate over the HF driver of an enclosure to give a wider dispersion to the higher frequencies. This technology gives manufacturers a choice to crossover their two way speakers at a lower roll off point and hence the integration between two drivers becomes much smoother. Keeping in mind the less cost involved in designing these as compared to a three way system and better midrange response as compared to a two way design, these speakers are becoming more popular lately.

Transmission Line

These speakers have a relatively enhanced lower-mid and low frequencies thanks to the guided passage within the cabinet enclosure that guides the rear waves coming from the LF driver effectively to the bass port/bass slot exit. As a result, you get more bass and deeper mids from a relatively smaller enclosure. Very difficult but effective design.

Active Monitor

Mostly used by recording studios in order to avoid adding more electronics to the existing recording set up. They are self powered by an amplifier loaded on or inside the same speaker cabinet. They also have built in active crossovers which arguably are superior to the passive ones used in loudspeakers otherwise. Powered monitor versions are used by the DJ's and other music professionals.


Active or passive are a 'must have' if you are a movie buff and dream of having the same audio effect at home as you get inside a dedicated movie theatre. In a stereo music set up however it a buyer's call.