Definitive Technology adds three new speakers to its Demand Series at CES 2020

The D15, D17 and DC5 took to the floor in Las Vegas

Despite only arriving in the UK in 2018, Californian audio firm Definitive Technology has been making waves Stateside since 1990. And the outfit (owned by Sound United, whose impressive brand catalogue also includes Denon, Marantz, Classe Audio and Polk Audio) just launched two pairs of floorstander speakers and a centre channel at the Venetian Hotel, during CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

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