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Dynaudio gets set for Munich

Danish loudspeaker specialist Dynaudio is gearing up for High-End Munich 2024 in a big way, with not one but four major new product launches.

Dynaudio Contour Legacy

New heritage

First up is the latest addition to its Heritage Collection, titled the Contour Legacy. A floor-standing 2.5-way speaker, its design echoes the look of 2020’s Heritage Special, which in turn is a nod to the brand’s original Contour speakers of the ’80s and ’90s, with bang up to date tech.

Sporting a 28mm Esotar 3 soft-dome tweeter with a Hexis resonance-defeating inner dome and twin 18cm woofers, derived from the Evidence range, it also hosts a premium crossover.

Dynaudio fans will need to get in quick though, as production is limited to just 1,000 pairs worldwide, with each one uniquely numbered.

Dynaudio Confidence 20A

Extra confidence

Next up is a new Confidence 20A, an active version of the brand’s flagship Confidence 20 standmount, with in-built pro Pascal amp within its sleek stand and sporting analogue and digital connections (over XLR).

What’s more, its Digital Signal Processing (DSP) allows for room-boundary compensation configuration plus filters for input sensitivity, tonal balance and more.

Dynaudio Contour 20 Black Edition

Back to black


Joining the brand’s long-standing Contour range, the new Contour 20 Black Edition is slated as a super-premium version of the Contour 20i with a mirror-like black high gloss finish to match its black anodised baffle and new black powder-coated tweeter, front-plate and mid/bass-driver basket.

Its tweeter has been upgraded from the Esotar 2i to a Esotar 3 (also found in the Heritage Collection and flagship Confidence models), sporting an improved motor, spider, crossover and internal cabling.

Dynaudio The Bookshelf

Cross-continental collaboration

And for its fourth instalment visitors can expect something a little different thanks to The Bookshelf loudspeaker.

A joint project between Dynaudio, Keiji Ashizawa Design of Tokyo and Karimoku of Japan, it celebrates the aesthetic relationship between Denmark and Japan (colloquially referred to as ‘Japandi’) with shared attributes of minimalism, respect for honest materials and hand-crafted care.

Its cabinet is made from Japanese oak that’s been sustainably sourced from the Hokkaido prefecture, with its wood prepared and constructed at the company’s factory in Gifu, with an optional stand to make the whole ensemble sit right at home in a high-end minimalist living-room.

Sporting a top-tier Esotar 3 tweeter, its mid/bass driver is the same as that in the flagship Confidence 20 standmount, while inside resides a traditionally simple Dynaudio crossover that’s all tested and tuned at Dynaudio’s HQ in Skanderborg, Denmark. The Bookshelf is expected to be rare and exclusive, with only a small quantity hitting the market each year.

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Dynaudio gets set for Munich