Audiovector Represented by Renaissance in Scotland

Posted on 7th April, 2021

Audiovector Represented by Renaissance in Scotland

Renaissance adds Audiovector loudspeakers to its portfolio in Scotland.

Audiovector has chosen Renaissance as its representative in Scotland and joins MOON, VPI and Nordost, in the Scottish audio distributor's list of brands.

Audiovector has designed, developed and handcrafted its loudspeakers in Denmark for more than forty years. Its focus is to produce high-quality and natural-sounding loudspeakers. Furthermore, their sound quality is married to elegant Scandinavian design and high-end finishes, which has ensured their popularity.

Here at StereoNET, we applaud Audiovector's innovative scheme whereby owners can return their speakers for an upgrade to a higher level or replace them with a new and improved model. This scheme avoids speaker scrappage and the associated waste of materials, and it positions Audiovector as both customer-centred and an early eco-minded innovator in the industry.

The new R3 and R6 models' recent success highlights Audiovector as the manufacturer of high-end products with a sense of 'real world' about them in both design and performance. We were particularly impressed by the R3 Arreté.

Renaissance offers a comprehensive technical support service for each of the products in its carefully chosen portfolio. It also provides a swift and secure delivery service. Strong stock levels at its Edinburgh HQ and a highly developed international distribution infrastructure ensure excellent product availability.

The MD of Renaissance, John Carroll, told StereoNET:

I am delighted to add Audiovector to the Renaissance portfolio. Their loudspeakers perfectly complement VPI's turntables, Nordost's cables and accessories, and the MOON range of performance audio products. I have long been searching for a suitable loudspeaker brand to distribute, and in Audiovector, I have found a partner that matches the Renaissance vision. I am certain that Audiovector will be exceptionally well received in Scotland.


As fans of Audiovector and Renaissance, we congratulate both on what we hope proves to be a beneficial partnership for both sides.

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