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At the Munich High End show our demo room is completely dedicated to the LS1. You’re invited to join presentations in German or English and listen to the LS1 in both three way and two way configuration. We will show how easy it is to setup a system with just a Network Audio PC and the LS1’s. Jared Sacks of Channel Classics will introduce you to the world of classical music recording and plays a couple of his extraordinary tracks. Our full team will be present to answer all your questions. Please come and have a look and listen at Atrium 4-1, Room E 118.

The Grimm Audio team is working hard behind the scenes for a very special show during Musikmesse 2013. The LS1 pro version in its beautiful black finish will of course be the center piece of our German distributors booth. But prepare for a really special "sneak preview" of a unique new product! Please visit us in Hall 5.1 at booth B63.

Norddeutsche HiFi-Tage2013, February 2

For the second time Grimm Audio will be present at the HiFi-Tage in Hamburg. This show in the Holiday Inn hotel is well known for its relaxed atmosphere. Guido Tent, Christian Reichardt and Tom Jansen will offer you a great demo of the LS1 and can answer all your questions about the system. Please visit us in Suite 1807.

AES San Francisco2012, October 27

For the second time we will share the US AES booth with our distributor Grace Design. Of course the LS1 three way loudspeaker system will be on demo, as well as our CC1, MP1 and cables. The premiere this time is a web app that connects to our LevelView (plugin or standalone) real time loudness meter. This will open a new world of metering possibilities. Bruno and Eelco are happy to meet you in San Francisco at booth #612.

At Europe’s largest HiFi exhibit, High End Munich 2012, Grimm Audio teams up with collegues Manger, Klangwerk and MB Akustik. We invite you to visit our demo room and have a unique experience listening to our LS1 loudspeakers & subwoofers. We are delighted that the Dutch design furniture manufacturer Ghyczy and carpet manufacturer Longbarn join us and make sure the room has a first class living room atmosphere. Friday May 3rd at 12 AM Eelco Grimm has a ’Technology Stage’ lecture about the design principles behind the LS1. The same day at 3 PM Jared Sacks of Channel Classics comes to our room and presents some of his acclaimed SACD recordings (made with the Grimm Audio AD1). Please visit us at demo room #228, in the Atrium 4, 2nd floor.


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  • Best sound of show, stunning, Meisterhaft.

    Theo Wubbolts, HVT magazine, Nijmegen (LS1)

  • What impressed me the most is the purity of the sound and the sound field in general. (...) You can work so fast now to get the sound right!

    Stefan Riel, Echo Beach, Kuala Lumpur (LS1)

  • I love your cable because it is effectively inaudible. With TPR, cable quality is no issue anymore.

    Jan Didden, Linear Audio, Turnhout (TPR)

  • I'm not the 'Ahhh & Ohhh' type of guy when it comes to subtle differences, but the difference this makes is so clear.

    Audioenzo, Dordrecht (TPR)

  • I LOVE the clean transfer of your TPR cable. It´s like there´s no cable at all.

    George Tanderø, Mixing & Mastering, Oslo (TPR)

  • Sensational! I have never found this quality in any commercial AD converter.

    Ronald Prent, Galaxy Studios, Mol (AD1)

  • The CC1 is a brilliantly designed piece of equipment. Every piece of gear that I plugged into it sounded better and more natural.

    Erik Zobler, Mix Magazine, Los Angeles (CC1)

  • I did some sessions in 44.1, 48 and 96. It works great, and sounds fantastic. The CC1 is such a great upgrade in the studio, amazing!

    Samuel Girardin, Point d'Orgue, Montreal (CC1)

  • The system (...) is the equal of systems of hundred thousands of Euros when it comes to aspects like neutrality, purity and naturalness of tone.

    Clemens Wergin, Die Welt, Berlin (LS1)

  • A signal that sounds pretty decent with a good clock, sounds just incredible with the Grimm Clock.

    Hay Zeelen, Hay Zeelen Mastering, Amsterdam (CC1)

  • During our sessions with Grammy winning saxophonist Kenny Garrett, the CC1 made all the difference in the world!

    Al Pryor & Todd Whitelock, Mack Avenue records, Hempstead (CC1)

  • The sound of Grimm recorded SACD's is AMAZING, it totally closes the gap between analog and digital.

    Hiro, Pure Super Audio (AD1)

  • Throughout even the most turbulent passages the recording space stays luxuriously illuminated and the soundstage remains absolutely clear.

    Reinhold Martin, Hifi Statement Net Magazine, Gröbenzell (CC1)

  • I was thrilled with your power supplies for my Neumann M50's. We used those mics for an upcoming Chandos release of the Kansas City Chorus, and they were stunning.

    John Newton, Soundmirror, Boston (MP1)

  • A facility is as good as its weakest link and by using TPR the cables are not a weak link anymore.

    Ronald Prent, Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum (TPR)

  • A world class machine!

    Yasushi Hamase, Be-Tone Studio, Kanagawa-Ken (AD1)

  • Very impressive.

    Steve Hall, Future Disc, Los Angeles (AD1)

  • Not something good, but something already exquisite has further been improved.

    Fritz Fey, Studio Magazin, Oberhausen (LS1)

  • Suddenly and distinctly, there's a palpable increase in naturalness, extension and spaciousness.

    Nicholas Bedworth, Positive Feedback, Makawao (CC1)

  • Last week I was recording a strings section and piano. My client was very happy and he asked me if I changed something in the studio. Of course, it was your CC1.

    Josep Umbria, Calma Estudis, Manacor (CC1)

  • For those looking after the exact sound of a recording, the Grimm solution cannot be beat.

    Marja Vanderloo & Henk Boot, 6Moons (LS1)

  • This is a major improvement. We need much less eq on the high end, the low end sounds more solid and the punch on the snare is great. This clock is a large improvement, we were amazed.

    Peter Riebeek, Studio 150, Amsterdam (CC1)

  • I love the speed, transparency and neutrality of this cable.

    Marnix Bosman, HVT, Nijmegen (TPM)

  • The LS1 seems to be a melting pot for all your expertises. I just find it fascinating. I am quite certain that the LS1 is at least the very very best 'value' in the market right now.

    Wai-Shan Lam, hifi enthusiast, Hong Kong (LS1)

  • I have used all high end AD converters known to date. Every one of them had a sound to it. Your converter doesn't: it is completely transparant!

    René Gambini, Lyrinx, Marseille (AD1)

  • This is the most exciting, strange, beautiful, ridiculously convenient piece of non-audiophile audiophile gear I have seen or heard. These things are a bit science fiction really.

    Bogdan Roscic, President Sony Classical, Berlin (LS1)

  • Truly a remarkable system, the equal or better of anything I've ever heard.

    Dave Collins, Dave Collins Mastering, Los Angeles (LS1)

  • I was impressed by how my chain with the EMM's got a benefit when I added a Grimm clock to my setup. Guided by what the literature and many designers are saying I was stunned about the change in a positive way) in sound.

    Daniel Dettwiler, Idee und Klang Studio, Basel (CC1)

  • These are the most immersive, dynamic, detail-rich, nuanced, elegant, engaging, emotional, and yes, musical speakers I have ever heard. By far.

    Timothy Roth, Positive Feedback (LS1)

  • From the first minute I knew that something very special was happening. (...) The quality surpasses everything I heard before on my system.

    Gerard Lombrez, Lille (CC1)

  • I buy and sell a lot of stuff, but the CC1 is not leaving the building.

    Alex Abrash, AA Mastering, New York (CC1)

  • I heard the LS1 in NYC at the AES Convention... man, I was really impressed. Although it was at the booth, I could identify my mix immediately. So far the best speakers I've heard.

    Christian Klotzbücher, Kunstuniversität Graz, Graz (LS1)

  • Just recorded Mahler 1 with Filharmonie and Edo de Waart. We had the Grimm LS1's on trial. Never heard so much in a recording, really impressive.

    Steven Maes, Motor Music, Mechelen (LS1)

  • The LS1 is by far the best speaker that AUDIO had the pleasure of reviewing in over 35 years; this especially in the two crucial audiophile disciplines of neutrality and detail reproduction.

    Wolfram Eifert, AUDIO, Stuttgart (LS1)

  • The AD1 made the most realistic recording of my piano that I have ever heard. Incredibly realistic and involving.

    Mark Conese, Ambient Records, Stamford (AD1)

  • As it turns out, Truth equals Love.

    Timothy Roth, Positive Feedback (LS1)

  • I had that feeling of an open window into sound, across a wide range of music styles.

    Nigel Palmer, Audio Media, London (LS1)

  • This is a revelation. It is the first time in my 20 years of digital recording that I hear a fundamental improvement in sound quality.

    Leo de Klerk, Bloomline Studio, 's Gravendeel (AD1)

  • I was in the opportunity to hear your CC1 unit and I have to say INCREDIBLE!!

    Carlos Imperatori, Producciones Tumbador, Caracas (CC1)

  • After installing your CC1, I often catch myself thinking that I listen to 88.2 when in reality it is 44.1. Their difference used to be much larger, and both sound much better now.

    Reyn Ouwehand, Studio The Church, Wijdenes (CC1)

  • The LS1's frequency response is unusually flat - indeed the flattest we've ever measured.

    Keith Howard, Hi-Fi News, Croydon (LS1)

  • A fantastic experience to work with this device.

    Hein Dekker, producer for Channel Classics, Baarn (AD1)

  • If someone came up with the idea to call the LS1 the best speakers he's ever heard, I would join in with a smile.

    Max Schlundt, Kultur...Technik, Berlin (LS1)

  • This is a speaker that sets a reference level and everybody should hear it, regardless of whether he intends to buy it or not !

    Dimitris Stamatakos, AVMentor, Athens (LS1)

  • The Grimm DSD and Channel Classics have captured a perfect balance between energy, liveliness and comfortable sound.

    Teresa Goodwin, Positive Feedback (AD1)

  • I switch over to Grimm TPR tomorrow. After extensive testing I could not find a better alternative. This cable gets so close to the original it's frightening.

    Mark den Hartog, Zownd Mastering, Leiderdorp (TPR)

  • I'm in tears, listening to my own recordings.

    Ben Zijlstra, Dutch Film & Television Academy, Amsterdam (CC1)

  • We are very impressed by the quality of this unit.

    Günther Pauler, Pauler Acoustics, Northeim (CC1)

  • Grimm Audio enriches the Loudness Movement with exceptionally price worthy and designful tools.

    Dieter Kahlen, Studio Magazin, Oberhausen (LevelView)

  • Realize that not all timepieces are created equally. In this regard, the Grimm CC1 has no peer.

    Bob Katz and Garrett Haines, TapeOp, Sacramanto (CC1)

  • Their natural sound and their unimposing, deep trueness kept overwhelming me and my colleagues.

    Bernhard Rietschel, Editor in Chief of AUDIO, Stuttgart (LS1)

  • This is the first plug-n-play, all-in-one, system with true high-end sound.

    Marshall Nack, Positive Feedback (LS1)

  • Did Grimm Audio reinvent the loudspeaker?

    Bert Oling, Hi-fi Video Test, Nijmegen (LS1)

  • The combination of Grimm Audio TPR with Neutrik EMC XLR's seems to me to be the non plus ultra at the moment.

    Günter Pauler, Stockfish Records, Northeim (TPR)

  • This is probably the most 'correct' loudspeaker I've ever laid ears on. The combined honesty, neutrality and pleasing musicality is at a level that I haven't come across before.

    Christian Rechenbach, EinsNull magazin, Duisburg (LS1)

  • I was focusing more on the music than the equipment, something that rarely happens when I listen to digital...

    Tony Bolton, Hi-fi World, London (CC1)

  • The jitter measurement results of the CC1 were the best of all competitors.

    Friedemann Kootz, Studio Magazin, Oberhausen (CC1)

  • Its job is so critical that I’d never settle for less.

    Richard Chycki, Toronto (CC1)

  • After all these years I finally have a standard on which I can rely.

    Al Pryor, Mack Avenue records, Hempstead (LS1)

  • This is a larger improvement than I expected. The sound actually gains quality in all aspects.

    Marnix Bosman, HVT magazine, Baarn (CC1)

  • I'm now using a DSD converter called a GRIMM for my SACD mastering. Big improvement.

    Steve Hoffman, Audio Fidelity, Los Angeles (AD1)

  • Among all the truly excellent SACDs from Channel Classics, the very best sound quality wise is the Mahler 4th recorded with the Grimm IMHO.

    Chris Fredriksson, HiFi enthusiast, Sweden (AD1)

  • TPR outperforms all the others providing an impressive stereo image and a stunningly accurate phantom center.

    Philip Opdebeeck, Little Major Mastering, Antwerp (TPR)

  • The naturalness of the LS1 turns me on big time.

    Wolfram Eifert, AUDIOphile, Stuttgart (LS1)

  • I didn't know clock influence was that big!

    Tim Vine-Lott, Air studios, London (CC1)

  • I could not be more impressed.

    George Massenburg, McGill University, Montreal (LS1)

  • The reviews I read are good, but to me what I experienced in our system was greater.

    Aaron Gandia, Phat Planet Studios, Orlando (CC1)

  • You have to work hard on the LS1's to get a good sounding mix, but once you have it, you can be sure it really is a good mix.

    Wessel Oltheten, Pro Audio & Video magazine, Buren (LS1)

  • I won't get my monitoring better than this. Mastering party all day, every day!

    Frederik DeJongh, Jerboa Mastering, Gent (LS1)

  • LevelView is a fascinating loudness metering system that is hard to go without once you try it.

    Tommy Zai, KVR, Phoenix (LevelView)

  • I had expected a small sound improvement. What happened is just the opposite: I am very impressed.

    Gerd Hoppe, hifi enthusiast, Alicante (CC1)

  • My audition of the LS1 was a transformative experience.

    George Massenburg, McGill University, Montreal (LS1)

  • It seems as if the musicians have more fun when they play music.

    Ingo Iebhart, hifi enthusiast, Eberdingen (CC1)

  • One for all and everything.

    Fritz Fey, Studio Magazin, Oberhausen (LS1)

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