DALI is an acronym that stands for Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries

DALI is an acronym that stands for Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries

JASON ZIDLE: Sure. Such countless organizations in our industry depend on a designer finding some exciting innovation or a President saying, “Hello, we should take advantage of this region in the commercial center.” DALI is considerably more grassroots.

 

 

It was begun by a courteous fellow named Peter Lyngdorf, who had a store in Den¬mark called HiFi Klubben. He was selling dominatingly speakers from Cerwin Vega, which has a hard-hitting American flavor with an exceptionally huge impression. It simply didn’t fit the requirements for everyone in Denmark, so he willingly volunteered to begin planning speakers that he thought ought to be made for his particular market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I love the way that it began at a retail level, totally founded on tending to retail needs. It was initially marked as NAD, since that was a brand that he was conveying, a brand that Lenbrook currently possesses. Be that as it may, soon he understood it was turning out to be increasingly famous and he had the option to sell it past his own HiFi Klubben, so it required its own name. Also, in what would seem like no time, DALI was conceived.