Made with Grimm Audio equipment Spotify playlist

2014, November 20

Please enjoy this wonderful playlist on Spotify where we share music that has been recorded by our professional audio customers. You will find albums that are recorded with the aid of a CC1 clock, an AD1 converter, TPR cable and/or the LS1 loudspeaker. Not all labels are present on Spotify, so this is just a small representation of the portfolio.

      Interview with Bruno Putzeys about LS1 design

      2014, June 12

      During the Newport Beach Audio Show 2014 Peter Breuninger of AV Showrooms did a wonderful interview with Bruno Putzeys about the development of the LS1. Please enjoy!

          LS1 primer by Bill Parish

          2014, May 5

          Peter Breuninger of AV Showreports did a video interview with our US distributor Bill Parish at the Axpona high end show 2014. Bill gives a primer about the LS1 that is well worth a view!

              TPR audio examples

              2012, July 24

              Here's a recording that shows the difference TPR can make to your recordings. At PuckSound in Amsterdam, we recorded the Gretch drum kit of Puck Leek, using just one AKG414-ULS for over heads. Without moving the mic we changed cables: TPR versus a standard high quality studio cable. Can you hear the difference? Hint: don't be afraid to listen to the wav files via your laptop loudspeakers. Strange enough the absence of any other cable in that situation offers quite an interesting view on what's going on with cables and sound.

                LS1 in Navigram catalog

                2012, March 19

                The Grimm Audio LS1 is now available as Navigram 3D model. Customers of this 3D tool can be found among furniture shops and architects. This video gives an impression of how you can position the speaker in the virtual living room and change the color scheme to your liking.

                    Sonic state video

                    2008, June 2

                    Guido and Eelco featured in a news items video by Sonicstate, shot at AES Amsterdam in May 2008. We outline some aspects of our products, including the then new LS1 loudspeaker. Enjoy!

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