Dynaudio has always been a company led by engineering. The simplicity of its speakers doesn’t lie in fashionable Scandinavian aestheticism, instead, the company, which straddles both pro audio and domestic hi-fi products, is much more concerned with what’s going on inside the box than flashy design on the outside.
The Evoke range was first released in 2018 and comprises five different speakers with two options each for floorstanders and bookshelf speakers as well as one centre speaker for use in a home cinema configuration.
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