Creating the first product of StradiSound, the StradiSound Set System became a reality after a coincidental meeting of the excellent global engineering team and world-class artistry. Great things in life generally come from merged expertise, and “out of the box” thinking from all participating engineers and partners.
After researching for many years and building high-end towers from existing components, the StradiSound team failed over and over in achieving their dream to create better sound quality than the live sound itself.
This was the moment when they decided to rethink everything which exists in today’s know-how in speaker production. Crafting and mastering completely their own parts, handmade components, 7 years of fine tuning and gaining particular expertise in the high-end sound creation, the team finally launched StradiSound Set System, which changed the status quo.
The StradiSound Set System is now finally ready to deliver the best seat in the best concert hall into your home.
The core philosophy behind the StradiSound technology is to understand the importance and role of resonance in human nature and connect human beings to themselves on an entirely new level. Engineers of StradiSound started to work with no smaller goals in mind than completely changing the way of music listening and all traditional and non-traditional concepts of creating sounds in our homes, or in theaters, just as STRADIVARIUS, the famous violin-maker did in the 17th century.
“Out of the box is a place where talent develops”, said Adam Gyorgy, who played an integral role in fine-tuning the Set System from the beginnings. He believes that StradiSound will change the way of understanding classical music and StradiSound will help people to reconnect with the arts in a way they had no chance before.
The personal choice of StradiSound Set System he has in his home in New York delivers stunning details with excellent vibrations, the execution and ultra-high-end finish of StradiSound “fits his home at Central Park splendidly” says Gyorgy.