Georges Cabasse knew what he was doing when he founded Cabasse in 1950. For five generation before he began designing speakers, his ancestors crafted world-famous Cabasse violins, cellos and violas. Little wonder that his focus was on recreating true concert sound with very low distortion or colouration.
Since then Cabasse speakers have been used in leading sound recording studios, cinemas and at one point in the 1960s, underwater loudspeakers for the French Navy. In the eighties, the brand became particularly known for its honeycomb membranes used in both its compact home hi-fi systems as well as its theatre subwoofers. Today, Cabasse designs are still driven towards capturing the true emotion and power of live performances. You can be confident that anything designed in the Cabasse Acoustic Centre in Western France is built to provide the ultimate listening experience.