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Masterpiece of engineering

Cube Audio Drivers


"With entire system* for less than 25'000 $ you have a system that can compete with multi-million dollar systems. I know because we hear them."

                                                                                                          Peter Breuniger, Avshowrooms

                                                                                                     *the system - Cube Audio Nenuphar Mini, Tektron 2A3/300BPSE-I, Sparkler CD S503

  • The most realistic sound ever.

  • Enjoy lifelike vocals and instruments.

  • Experience holographic sound stage and unbelievable bass response.

  • Purest sound possible - there are no crossovers in Cube loudspeakers.

  • Very easy to drive by your amplifier.

  • Free cabinet optimized cabinet plans. 

  • Over 30 worldwide distributors are available at your convenience.

8" and 10" Fullrange Drivers

Build your own loudspeakers with
Cube Audio drivers

Build your amazing loudspeakers in 6 easy steps starting at 2800 Euro for the 10" speakers project. 

1. Select your driver.  8 or 10 inches drivers available.

2. Choose the best cabinet design for your room size and music preferences. 

3. Order the drivers and download cabinet plans. 

4. Build the cabinets in your garage with basic tools. 

5. Since there is no crossover just connect the speakers to the amp.

6. Turn on the amplifier and enjoy the most amazing sound you ever had. 

Interested?

Contact us here

Listen to the DIY speakers

Cabinet plans can be found at the bottom of each driver page.
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Users Testimonials

I now have put about 150 hours on the new V2 F8 Neo drivers and I have to say that I am very impressed. You managed to make an excellent speaker even better. 

To me they seem to have improved the sound with respect to practically every parameter. Certainly there is more tonal density/fullness which renders instruments and voices more natural sounding. And they achieve this without sacrificing any speed, clarity, or resolution. 

The tonal fullness has had an added benefit. Music which was difficult for me to listen to, because it was too thin sounding, is now much more listenable and enjoyable. 

Apart from the fact that this widens my music library in general, it is also of benefit to me in a more personal way. 

I have a fair amount of such music to which I have an emotional connection... not because it is great music but because it is music that I listened to when I was a teenager. So to be able to listen to it now is a personal bonus for me. 

Peter,

Nenuphar Mini

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